envious (adj.)
malicious, spiteful, vindictive, full of enmity
1H6 III.i.196 [Exeter alone] this base and envious discord
1H6 III.i.26 [Gloucester to Winchester] The King, thy sovereign, is not quite exempt / From envious malice of thy swelling heart
1H6 III.iv.33 [Basset to Vernon] The envious barking of your saucy tongue
1H6 IV.i.90 [Basset to King] This fellow here with envious carping tongue / Upbraided me
2H6 II.iv.12 [Gloucester to himself, as if to the Duchess] The abject people gazing on thy face / With envious looks
2H6 II.iv.35 [Duchess to Gloucester] when I start, the envious people laugh
3H6 III.ii.157 [Richard alone] To make an envious mountain on my back
3H6 V.vi.25 [King to Richard, of the King's son] thyself, the sea / Whose envious gulf did swallow up his life
AYL I.i.134 [Oliver to Charles, of Orlando] an envious emulator of every man's good parts
AYL I.ii.229 [Celia to Rosalind] My father's rough and envious disposition / Sticks me at heart
AYL II.i.4 [Duke Senior to all] Are not these woods / More free from peril than the envious court?
E3 II.i.285 [King Edward to Warwick] a poison-sucking envious spider
H62 III.i.157 [Gloucester to King] Sharp Buckingham unburdens with his tongue / The envious load that lies upon his heart
H8 II.i.45 [Second Gentleman to First Gentleman, of sending Surrey to Ireland] That trick of state / Was a deep envious one
H8 III.ii.243 [Wolsey to all] Follow your envious courses, men of malice
H8 III.ii.446 [Wolsey to Cromwell] Still in thy right hand carry gentle peace / To silence envious tongues
Ham IV.vii.173 [Gertrude to all, of Ophelia] on the pendent boughs her crownet weeds / Clambering to hang, an envious sliver broke
JC II.i.178 [Brutus to all, of acting moderately] This shall make / Our purpose necessary, and not envious
JC III.ii.176 [Antony to all, of a cut in Caesar's cloak] See what a rent the envious Casca made
LLL I.i.100 [King to Berowne] Berowne is like an envious sneaping frost
MV III.ii.282 [Salerio to Bassanio, of Shylock] none can drive him from the envious plea / Of forfeiture, of justice, and his bond
R2 II.i.62 [John of Gaunt to all, of England] Whose rocky shore beats back the envious siege / Of watery Neptune
R2 III.iii.66 [Bolingbroke to all, of the sun] When he perceives the envious clouds are bent / To dim his glory and to stain the track
R3 I.iii.26 [Derby to Queen Elizabeth, of the Countess Richmond] [do] not believe / The envious slanders of her false accusers
R3 I.iv.38 [Clarence to Keeper] still the envious flood / Stopped in my soul
RJ I.i.151 [Montague to Benvolio] the bud bit with an envious worm
RJ II.ii.4 [Romeo to himself] Arise, fair sun, and kill the envious moon
RJ II.ii.7 [Romeo to himself] Be not her maid, since she is envious
RJ III.i.168 [Benvolio to Prince] An envious thrust from Tybalt hit the life / Of stout Mercutio
RJ III.ii.40 [Juliet to Nurse, of supposing Romeo dead] Can heaven be so envious?
RJ III.v.7 [Romeo to Juliet] Look, love, what envious streaks / Do lace the severing clouds in yonder East
TC I.iii.133 [Ulysses to all] every step ... grows to an envious fever / Of pale and bloodless emulation
TC III.iii.173 [Ulysses to all] Love, friendship, charity, are subjects all / To envious and calumniating time
Tit III.i.96 [Titus to Marcus] I stand as one upon a rock ... / Who marks the waxing tide grow wave by wave, / Expecting ever when some envious surge / Will in his brinish bowels swallow him
TNK II.i.319 [Palamon to Gaoler] Devils take 'em / That are so envious to me!
TNK V.iv.61 [Pirithous to all] what envious flint ... darted a spark ... I comment not
TS induction.2.64 [First Servingman to Sly, of Sly's wife's tears] Like envious floods o'errun her lovely face
Ven 705 [of Tarquin] Each envious brier his weary legs doth scratch
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