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long for

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Synonyms for covet

to feel envy towards or for

to have a strong longing for

Words related to covet

wish, long, or crave for (something, especially the property of another person)

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Luciana Berger MP, Liverpool Wavertree; Louise Ellman MP, Liverpool Riverside; and Frances Molloy, Health at Work, on Tall Ship Mercedes SYSCO''s Rachel Platt with Liverpool FC''s Jose Enrique Carlie O'Dwyer at the Covet and Crave launch, in Southport Danielle Hodgson and Julie Walton at the launch of Covet and Crave, in Southport Jenny Paton (Age UK), Lia Kennedy (Red Door), Lucy Smith (Age UK), and Kelly Rendle (Red Door) at the tea dance Max Steinberg OBE (chief executive, Liverpool Vision), Ged Fitzgerald (chief executive, Liverpool City Council) and David Hughes (Hotel Indigo), on board Tall Ship Mercedes * KEEP up with Carolyn's party schedule at www.
Before deciding to open Covet, she had apprenticed to be a pilates instructor in Seattle.
Whereas in larger stores, there has to be a range of sizes, at Covet, which opened six months ago, one-offs are the selling point.
STAR COVET scored a 50-1 win in the Group 1 Brisbane Cup over 3,200 metres (two miles) at Eagle Farm, Queensland, yesterday, writes Syd Brennan.
We would suggest that, if one "should not covet their neighbor's wife," neither should one "covet their neighbor's husband.
Jeff Soto to be featured at Covet Lounge, New York on November 20 (th ), 2010 for Singha TransPortraits
Two of our favourite style icons are launching new fragrances next week - Kylie Minogue's Sexy Darling and Sarah Jessica Parker's Covet Pure Bloom will both be available from Wednesday.
I DOUBT if I shall ever ``covet my neighbour's maidservant, manservant, ox or ass''; but, like everyone else, I am constantly assailed by advertisements to covet his car, his home or even his particular brand of toothpaste.
For example, while the Second Commandment omits the prohibition against graven images, as in the Catholic version, the Ninth Commandment, which in the Catholic version warns against covering "thy neighbor's wife" becomes "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's house" in Andrews' version.