The vendors would move the baskets they had bought around with their feet, while the beach-combers looked on covetously.
He snatched it covetously from the letter-rack, and carried it upstairs to his room.
He took it all into his heart, covetously, greedily, trying to fix it there forever.
Then he leaned forward, his eyes fixed boldly, covetously on her.
Fleming's eye glanced at it covetously, ignoring the figure behind it.
"If she is like you—no doubt," said Escobar, and again he smiled at her covetously.
"Wish we were on the same game," added Branscombe covetously.
Only let him pierce to the heart of it--realize it, covetously, to the full!
He followed her covetously with his eyes, murmuring as he sprang to the ground a wish that those apples also could be stolen.
McCartney watched them covetously as they emptied the leathern shaker, solemnly counting the spots at the conclusion of each cast.