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jeal·ou·sy

zelophobia.
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jealousy

(jĕl′ə-sē)
n. pl. jealous·ies
A jealous attitude or disposition.
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This study demonstrates that compersion and the different types of jealousies can contribute to relationship satisfaction differently, depending on relationships style and gender.
To avert disaster, both Immogen and Hermione "die," to reemerge, in altered form, once their husbands' jealousies have subsided.
I cannot speak of the amours or jealousies of the worm; but when I enter the higher walk of nature, when I examine the characteristics of the birds that move about in the air, I find the jealousy of the bird incites him to inflict death upon the stranger that invades his nest, and seeks to take from him the love which the Creator has implanted in him, and formed him to enjoy.