jealousy


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jeal·ou·sy

zelophobia.

jealousy

(jĕl′ə-sē)
n. pl. jealous·ies
A jealous attitude or disposition.
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But for some time now he has quite changed, and does not seem to mind at all, and though at first this made me feel happy, to think that he had got over his jealousy, I now feel unhappy because I am beginning to be afraid that he no longer cares for me.
It has been my experience that, when jealousy flies out of the window, indifference comes in at the door.
Surely he must--Why, a sea-anemone would be torn with jealousy at such a tale.
I wrote to Fireside Chat , and Dr Cupid said that when jealousy flew out of the window indifference came in at the door, and that I must exhibit pleasure in the society of other gentlemen and mark your demeanour.
There is nothing a girl dislikes or despises more than jealousy. Be a man, Arthur W.
Knowest thou not there is a jealousy of ambition and of wealth, as well as of love; and that this our host, Front-de-B uf, will push from his road him who opposes his claim to the fair barony of Ivanhoe, as readily, eagerly, and unscrupulously, as if he were preferred to him by some blue-eyed damsel?
A second limitation is that the Buss Jealousy Inventory measures reactions to imagined infidelity, which may not be the same as actual or in vivo reactions to infidelity (Harris, 2003).
06 (ANI): Jealousy does not necessarily pose a threat to relationships.
Leahy; THE JEALOUSY CURE; New Harbinger Publications (Nonfiction: Family & Relationships) 16.95 ISBN: 9781626259751
Coping with Breakups and Jealousy. 978-1-5081-7388-5.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan ambassador to US Aizaz Chaudhry has said Abdul Basit has been retired but there is no cure to jealousy.
The aim of this study was to translate and validate Facebook Jealousy Scale (FJS; Muise, Christofides, and Desmarais, 2009) to measure Facebook related jealousy among married Pakistani population.