It's an open but dirty secret in liberal circles that their disdain for the Tea Party movement is tinged with jealousy.
But the critical response reflected something stronger than jealousy; it had a quality of personal outrage.
The Coelho family lawyer Hisbelo Oliveira told reporters that jealousy had to be the motive for the crime.
Whether driven by jealousy or pure capitalism, media coverage of Palin continues, and it helps sell magazines and generate clicks.
Fame in its highly diluted modern form provides a sort of homeopathic cure for the ancient evil of jealousy.
The Count, it appeared, was a monster of jealousy—he had led her a dreadful life.
The jealousy of the European powers, too, protects the Turk.
She felt no jealousy when she contrasted it with her own small apartment.
He should therefore smile at the futile attempt to excite his jealousy.
She attributed them to jealousy and envy, and strenuously defended his name.
suspicion of a wife's purity, one of the strongest passions (Num. 5:14; Prov. 6:34; Cant. 8:6); also an intense interest for another's honour or prosperity (Ps. 79:5; 1 Cor. 10:22; Zech. 1:14).