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envy malice, hatred, ill-will: “Out of his envy's reach,” THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, iv. 1. 10 ; “thy sharp envy,” THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, iv. 1. 126 ; “Either envy, therefore, or misprision,” 1 HENRY IV., i. 3. 27 ; “envy breeds unkind division,” 1 HENRY VI., iv. 1. 193 ; “Exempt from envy,” 3 HENRY VI., iii. 3. 127 ; “no black envy,” HENRY VIII., ii. 1. 85 ; “what envy reach you,” HENRY VIII., ii. 2. 86 ; “Envy and base opinion,” HENRY VIII., iii. 1. 36 ; “You turn the good we offer into envy,” HENRY VIII., iii. 1. 113 ; “what envy can say worst,” TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, iii. 2. 93 ; “his envy to the people,” CORIOLANUS, iii. 3. 3 ; “The cruelty and envy of the people,” CORIOLANUS, iv. 5. 74 ; “and envy afterwards,” JULIUS CAESAR, ii. 1. 164 ; “Addition of his envy,” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, v. 2. 163 ; “Cleon's wife, with envy rare,” PERICLES, iv. Gower, 37 ; “There is but envy in that light,” THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN, v. 3. 21.

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