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jealousy (n.) 1suspicion, mistrust, apprehension
jealousy (n.) 2suspicious nature, apprehensive state of mind
jealousy (n.) 3concern, anxiety, solicitude
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TN III.iii.8 [Antonio to Sebastian, of his reason for following him] jealousy what might befall your travel, / Being skill-less in these parts
Ven 649 [Venus to Adonis] where Love reigns, disturbing Jealousy / Doth call himself Affection's sentinel