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invidiōsus adj. with comp. and sup.

invidia, full of envy, invidious: vetustas, O.Plur m. as subst: omnium invidiosorum animos frangere. —Exciting envy, enviable, envied, causing odium: possessiones: nec caris erat (Pactolus) invidiosus harenis, envied for, O.: invidiosior mors, O.: spes procorum, longed for, O.: solacia, Iu.Exciting hatred, hated, hateful, odious: damnatio: lex: nomina, L.: laudatrix Venus mihi, O.: neque id dico, ut invidiosum sit in eos, etc., to excite prejudice against: quod fuit in iudicio invidiosissimum.

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