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Adjective
/ˈjeləs/,
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Feeling or showing envy of someone or their achievements and advantages,
  1. Feeling or showing envy of someone or their achievements and advantages
    • - he grew jealous of her success
  2. Feeling or showing suspicion of someone's unfaithfulness in a relationship
    • - a jealous boyfriend
  3. Fiercely protective or vigilant of one's rights or possessions
    • - Howard is still a little jealous of his authority
    • - they kept a jealous eye over their interests
  4. (of God) Demanding faithfulness and exclusive worship


  1. covetous: showing extreme cupidity; painfully desirous of another's advantages; "he was never covetous before he met her"; "jealous of his success and covetous of his possessions"; "envious of their art collection"
  2. suspicious or unduly suspicious or fearful of being displaced by a rival; "a jealous lover"
  3. (jealously) with jealousy; "he guarded his privacy jealously"
  4. (jealousy) a feeling of jealous envy (especially of a rival)
  5. (jealousy) zealous vigilance; "cherish their official political freedom with fierce jealousy"-Paul Blanshard
  6. "Jealous" is a pop/R&B song written by Brett Laurence and Shelly Peiken, and produced by Ferdie Marquez for Nina's debut album, Heaven (2002). It was released as the album's official second single in 2003 in the Philippines.
  7. "Jealous" (stylized JEALOUS) is the first single by Dir En Grey and was released on May 10, 1998. The music videos of the title track and the B-side "Unknown... Despair... a Lost" are featured on the VHS Mousou Toukakugeki. ...
  8. Jealousy is an emotion and typically refers to the negative thoughts and feelings of insecurity, fear, and anxiety over an anticipated loss of something that the person values, such as a relationship, friendship, or love. ...
  9. (Jealousy (1934 film)) Jealousy is a 1934 American drama film directed by Roy William Neill and starring Nancy Carroll, George Murphy, Donald Cook and Raymond Walburn. ...
  10. (Jealousy (1999 film)) Jealousy (Celos) is a 1999 Spanish film, written and directed by Vicente Aranda. It stars Daniel Giménez Cacho, Aitana Sanchez-Gijón, Maria Botto and Luis Tosar.
  11. (Jealousy (album)) Jealousy is an album released by X Japan on July 1, 1991. It is noted for being the band's most diverse album in terms of songwriting credits and the last to feature Taiji Sawada on bass. ...
  12. Suspecting rivalry in love; troubled by worries that one might have been replaced in someone's affections; suspicious of a lover or spouse's fidelity. [from 13th c.]; Protective, zealously guarding, careful in the protection of something one has or appreciates. [from 14th c. ...
  13. (jealousness) The state or condition of being jealous
  14. (jealousy) A state of suspicious guarding towards a spouse, lover etc., from fears of infidelity; A resentment towards someone for a perceived advantage or superiority they hold; Envy towards another's possessions; A close concern for someone or something, solicitude, vigilance
  15. (Jealousy) rare track, that was played only once by Nirvana, 1/23/93 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  16. (JEALOUSY) Demanding complete faithfulness to someone or something. Painful apprehension of rivalry affecting one's happiness.
  17. (Jealousy [814] (to Aaron)) "Aaron, let me explain something to you. You don't know anything. Even if a man is jealous, he can never, ever tell that to a woman. Well, that's like saying »Here, here's a hand grenade. Put it down my pants. ...
  18. (Jealousy) 'O! beware, my lord, of jealousy; /It is the green-ey'd monster which doth mock/The meat it feeds on' See Shakespeare's Othello.
  19. (Jealousy) (1) the friendship one woman has for another. (2) concerned about the preservation of that which can be lost only if not worth keeping. (3) one of the consequences of love.
  20. (Jealousy) (Czech: Žárlivost), overture for Orchestra (1894)
  21. (Jealousy) A deluded mental factor that feels displeasure when observing others’ enjoyments, good qualities, or good fortune. See Understanding the Mind.
  22. (Jealousy) Along with faithlessness arises the most dangerous negative emotion of jealousy. We see others, seemingly normal and leading happy lives, and our hearts burn with envy. Being self centred, our own anguish seems to be the most heavy load on the earth – and everybody else has it easy. ...
  23. (Jealousy) Fear that there is not enough love to go around and that if we do not control the love of another person we will not be OK. Jealousy is not a reaction to a loss but rather an intolerance of the possibility of loss.
  24. (Jealousy) Ge 30:1 See also Ge 30:7-8
  25. (Jealousy) Repressed envy. Envy is very okay and natural. It’s what makes a little child want to ride a bike like his big brother. It spurs desire and creation. When envy is repressed and considered bad or wrong, it turns into jealousy. For more information, read this post.