How To Use Jealously In A Sentence

  • 'It must be -- eight o'clock' -- said the gasping voice -- '_eight o'clock_;' and the tone became a whisper, as though the idea thus half involuntarily revealed had been drawn jealously back into the strongholds of consciousness. Robert Elsmere
  • Originally there seems to have been no appreciable difference in the signification of these two words, but after the period of Justinian the title archimandrite was jealously reserved for the superiors of the older or of the more important monasteries. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize
  • UBS is fighting the civil suit and says compliance would require its employees to commit fraud in Switzerland, which jealously defends its bank secrecy legislation.
  • The freedom of MPs to speak the truth as they see it has been a jealously protected right in our Westminster system over the centuries.
  • Her jealously and frustration mounting, Tessa interrupted once more.
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  • The foederati were men of jealously separate nations, never Romanized, and felt no bond of kinship with the peoples of the provinces. superversive: Gondor, Byzantium, and Feudalism
  • Fascinated!" retorted Kato, fixing on the word jealously, and refusing to be pacified by the bribery of the smile. Angel With No Hands
  • She has jealously shielded their privacy even as her historic place in the space program blossomed.
  • As may be easily supposed, we possess very few authentic details about a people whose written annals were burnt by the ignorant "conquistadores" and by fanatical monks, who jealously suppressed everything which might remind the conquered race of their ancient religious and political traditions. Celebrated Travels and Travellers Part I. The Exploration of the World
  • We distinguish them because we jealously guard the glory of Christ, but we never divide them because the inevitable fruit of a justified life is a sanctified life.
  • Throughout its history it has jealously guarded its sole power of initiative, so that it alone can initiate European legislation to come before the European Council and the European Parliament.
  • The river is a jealously guarded preserve and very expensive.
  • The dog jealously guarded its bone.
  • From the dissolution of feudal ties emerge squabbling subjects nursing secret grievances, haughtily guarding caste privileges, or jealously policing petty distinctions.
  • Brown recalled jealously guarding her print scoops when she was editing Vanity Fair, only to see news organizations match the story while the magazine was winding its way through the streets via snail mail to its readers. “Now it†™ s all put online and I ask myself: What is the point of buying it? †Some Hearst editors use online as a way to drive newsstand sales, said Black: “Editors have to live within two worlds. †paidContent
  • It is the first declension from the level line of what is right that must be jealously regarded, for the inclined plane is so gentle, that it is easy to fancy we are going straight along. Zoe: The History of Two Lives
  • These committees have always jealously guarded their independence.
  • '70s nonmonogamy, the essay concluded, "This was not an individual matter, but part of a collective understanding forged through overlapping political, friendship and sexual networks, which enabled us to discuss and challenge emotional responses such as jealously and insecurity. The Michigan Daily
  • In the rest of her column she advises Jennifer Anniston, "Next time, try showering with a friend."; she calls the Yankess "oversexed"; she jealously mocks Maureen Dowd for wanting to bone the president; and she curses New Yorkers for being so fat, and unsexy. Gawker
  • Here, she glanced jealously at Madeleine, and it was the first time any emotion had shown on her face.
  • The twenty-four houses jealously guarded monopolies of tariffed goods among themselves, enriching themselves from customs duties as well as forays into entrepreneurship. :Acquired Taste
  • The most jealously guarded technical secret of his workshops, and their main claim to fame, was their transparent, or guilloche, enamel.
  • 'It must be -- eight o'clock' -- said the gasping voice -- '_eight o'clock_;' and the tone became a whisper, as though the idea thus half involuntarily revealed had been drawn jealously back into the strongholds of consciousness. Robert Elsmere
  • Hung peers jealously at their quick-freeze operation. Jane McGivney: Top Chef: The Loneliest Clone
  • he guarded his privacy jealously
  • Forget counting sheep - insomniacs count sleep, jealously, obsessively, the way some women count calories.
  • C ... is a title jealously preserved by Britain's spies, who delight in pointing out that he also has the privilege of signing his letters in green ink. The Guardian World News
  • It was clear that, on the contrary, the ex-colonies jealously and for the most part successfully guarded their independence.
  • Motherless, with neither brother nor sister, his aged and infirm father dying in Italy, where he could not be permitted to visit him, banished from his native land, jealously watched and menaced by all the allied powers, his fair name maligned, all these considerations seemed to fill his cup of sorrow to the brim. Hortense Makers of History Series
  • He could react rather jealously when and if another child comes on the scene.
  • Few men ever enter the hallowed portals of the bridal shop and the dress, once bought, is jealously guarded from male sight by a horde of female relatives.
  • But universities are likely to guard their independence jealously.
  • The selection of candidates is a jealously guarded prerogative of the constituencies.
  • It is vitally important that we jealously guard our hard-won independence.
  • 'It must be -- eight o'clock,' said the gasping voice -- '_eight o'clock_;' and the tone became a whisper, as though the idea thus half involuntarily revealed had been drawn jealously back into the strongholds of consciousness. Robert Elsmere
  • By night, and almost naked, covered with only a sendal and hood, the faithful males of Tzintzuntzan practice an unusual form of penitence, which consists of walking through the town, their faces covered, the ankles shackled with the same shackles which the town fathers have jealously guarded for the past 500 years, since the era of slavery under the Spanish Conquest. A Sneak Peek at Good Friday in Michoacan
  • Lori began idly channel-hopping again, guarding the remote jealously after repeated attempts by Angel to kidnap it.
  • Even where Europeanization has, over time, produced pure and thoroughgoing Communitarization, levers for national influence have been retained and guarded very jealously.
  • Exactly how big a chunk those outsiders take is unclear, because most tribes jealously guard their internal finances.
  • The formula is jealously guarded.
  • In the evening this jealously-guarded Catalan classic, its walls bedecked with FC Barcelona basketball shirts and photos, is often packed with loud and cheery gangs of friends meeting for a few bites before hitting the town. 10 of the best tapas bars in Barcelona
  • The idea of unattached romantic dalliances within lush tropical settings is theoretically pleasant, yet unfulfilling as is the notion of a marriage without jealously or commitment.
  • Lastly, this commandment conveys the obligation to dissent from, and reject, every superstition and every error, requiring us to preserve pure and intemerate the adoration due to the Supreme Being, who, in this sense, is represented in this text as jealously watching over human actions, and a not indifferent spectator of good or evil; therefore a sure punisher of the guilty, and an eternal remunerator of him who faithfully adheres to His law. A Guide for the Religious Instruction of Jewish Youth
  • The green is jealously guarded by numerous bunkers and a little creek that runs along the left side of the fairway before crossing just in front of the putting surface.
  • The food, reduced by the action of the gastric juice to a grayish, soupy mass, called _chyme_ (kime), escapes through that jealously guarded door, the pylorus. Hygienic Physiology : with Special Reference to the Use of Alcoholic Drinks and Narcotics
  • In all well-attempered governments there is nothing which should be more jealously maintained than the spirit of obedience to law, more especially in small matters; for transgression creeps in unperceived and at last ruins the state, just as the constant recurrence of small expenses in time eats up a fortune. Politics
  • The accessibility of Parliament is a treasure - a taonga that we should guard jealously and maintain.
  • They have their own budgets and their own suppliers, and jealously guard the areas they control.
  • The 11 competitors from the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia tend to be tagged with the soulless acronym FYROM because their country's proper name is such a mouthful -- and Greece jealously reserves the name Macedonia for its north-central administrative region. Happy Just To Be Here
  • Thirdly, are we jealously guarding united congregational worship?
  • A mature male koala usually has a small harem of females which he guards jealously.
  • London houses Europe's financial capital, a title jealously guarded by the U.K. but a cause of friction with the rest of Europe. U.K. Veto of EU Treaty Overhaul Could Leave It Isolated
  • Chocolate is a multimillion pound industry, and each hard won market segment is jealously guarded by the giant global manufacturers.
  • He could react rather jealously when and if another child comes on the scene.
  • he looked at his friend's new car jealously
  • Between the slow ticking of the cogs I listened jealously for foreign sounds, and heard at length a gentle dripping across the breadth of the boathouse; that was the last of the "portcullis," as Raffles called it, rising out of the river; indeed, I could now see the difference in the stretch of stream underneath, for the open end of the boathouse was much less dark than mine; and when the faint band of reflected starlight had broadened as I thought enough, I ceased winding and groped my way down the steps into the boat. Mr. Justice Raffles
  • Whenever one of us would pour a thimbleful into his cup, the other two would jealously measure the outpouring with their eyes.
  • _Fidei Defensor_, or Defender of the Faith, a title which he jealously bore until his death, and which his successors, the sovereigns of Great Britain, with like humor have continued to bear ever since. A Political and Social History of Modern Europe V.1.
  • Nor was it merely in the cheeks, or rather the chaps of this painted face, in the mammiferous chest, the aggressive rump of this body allowed to deteriorate and invaded by obesity, upon which there now floated iridescent as a film of oil, the vice at one time so jealously confined by M. de Charlus in the most secret chamber of his heart. The Captive
  • The completed items would be kept in storage for as long as necessary, brought out to be washed and aired occasionally, and jealously guarded.
  • Following one teaching is not a way of confining you or jealously monopolizing you.
  • 'It must be -- eight o'clock,' said the gasping voice -- '_eight o'clock_;' and the tone became a whisper, as though the idea thus half involuntarily revealed had been drawn jealously back into the strongholds of consciousness. Robert Elsmere
  • None rested quiet or mute for a second, except the one who kept close as his shadow to her father's side, and unwittingly was treated by him less like the other children, than like some stray spirit of another world, caught and held jealously, but without much outward notice, lest haply it might take alarm, and vanish back again unawares. John Halifax, Gentleman
  • The dog jealously guarded its bone.
  • Her habit of jealously bursting in on Gustave when he was dining with friends was notorious.
  • 'It must be -- eight o'clock' -- said the gasping voice -- '_eight o'clock_;' and the tone became a whisper, as though the idea thus half involuntarily revealed had been drawn jealously back into the strongholds of consciousness. Robert Elsmere
  • Tenants have a statutory right to litigate and the Roberts were entitled to regard that right jealously.
  • 'It must be -- eight o'clock,' said the gasping voice -- '_eight o'clock_;' and the tone became a whisper, as though the idea thus half involuntarily revealed had been drawn jealously back into the strongholds of consciousness. Robert Elsmere
  • It can also be about jealously, which is the negative side of love, and how it can seize hold of the mind and soul. Mechanical Flight
  • The dog jealously guarded its bone.
  • Whether it was to be inserted or not depended on the pontifices, who kept their secret jealously. The Letters of Cicero, Volume 1 The Whole Extant Correspodence in Chronological Order
  • Much of the intertribal strife of the seventeenth century originated in long-standing competitiveness and jealously which was highly exacerbated by the introduction of European goods.
  • The same actor is camply hilarious as the bitter younger prince, jealously plotting his brother's demise. Times, Sunday Times
  • The following years were characterized by rifts with Russia, in which the Ukraine jealously guarded its own independence against its overbearing neighbour.
  • They jealously guard the name Pilates and are allied with Sean Gallagher, director of the Pilates Studio, a training center on Broadway between 73rd and 74th streets. Manhattan ��ber-Gals Get Pilates Bodies
  • A vampire bat comes back to his fellow vampires with a bloody mouth. They stare at him jealously and ask him where he got the blood.
  • A vampire bat comes back to his fellow vampires with a bloody mouth. They stare at him jealously and ask him where he got the blood.
  • These rights were guarded jealously, and one of the most predictable sights of a new reign was the procession of local worthies petitioning the king for their confirmation.
  • He glanced almost jealously at the faces of Von Schroeder and Jones, and wondered if they had not divined the remarkableness and deliciousness of this woman who sat beside him. THE RACE FOR NUMBER ONE
  • Lastly, this commandment conveys the obligation to dissent from, and reject, every superstition and every error, requiring us to preserve pure and intemerate the adoration due to the Supreme Being, who, in this sense, is represented in this text as jealously watching over human actions, and a not indifferent spectator of good or evil; therefore a sure punisher of the guilty, and an eternal remunerator of him who faithfully adheres to His law. A Guide for the Religious Instruction of Jewish Youth
  • King Silas is the jaded monarch who apparently achieved his throne through dubious means and now jealously clings to his seat of power. 08 « April « 2009 « Axiom's Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy
  • Miss Silver made some suggestion about "lessons," which Edwin jealously negatived immediately, and proposed that she and Maud should take a drive somewhere. John Halifax, Gentleman
  • She has jealously shielded their privacy even as her historic place in the space program blossomed.

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