Designer Tomas Maier presented a collection that was rich, sophisticated, and covetous.
She gathered together all her nicest things, and, not content with her own, cast a covetous eye on the possessions of her sisters.
If it were to take any money, ought he not to make the most covetous march in the front?
Here, alas, a covetous rat made a bonne bouche of the bon mot—perhaps it is as well!
He smiled ever so faintly as he saw the covetous gleam in her eyes.
"Great business," said Big Slim, a covetous glint in his eyes.
His covetous, despairing eyes dwelt on her and clung about her.
Rich, they were eager to be more rich; well placed in society, they were covetous of higher social distinction.
Spoken of covetous people, who will never be satisfied while they are alive.
He was shrewd as well as high-spirited; he was not covetous for the garden if the wasps' nest remained undemolished.