But for most who of those want to be a CEO or covet an IPO, getting a BA or BS is mandatory.
They have no legal liability for what happens in Chinese factories that covet its manufacturing business.
The label has gained an especially impressive footing in markets that covet its strong American appeal.
They are not merely trying to stir up desire—to covet, to shop, to consume.
Regardless, there'll be plenty of quality fashion to covet come wintertime.
I covet some paper she told me of, of great import, that she hath hidden away.
These commandments forbid us to covet anything that is our neighbor's.
The consistency of Rhode Island must have been a jewel that the other colonies did not covet.
Hardly in Wythburn was there any one so poor as to covet such shelter for a home.
What is the noblest object of desire, the supreme gift to covet?
mid-13c., from Old French coveitier "covet, desire, lust after" (12c., Modern French convoiter, influenced by con- words), probably ultimately from Latin cupiditas "passionate desire, eagerness, ambition," from cupidus "very desirous," from cupere "long for, desire" (see cupidity). Related: Coveted; coveting.