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Use "envying" in a sentence
"While not asserting that the Galatians are "vainglorious" now, he says they are liable to become so. provoking one another -- an effect of "vaingloriousness" on the stronger: as "envying" is its effect on the weaker."
"He reminds them likewise of the wickedness of those that were the patriarchs of their tribes, in envying their brother Joseph, and selling him into Egypt; and the same spirit was still working in them towards Christ and his ministers."
"Perhaps I should have said nothing, but the idea of envying"