Examples of enviable in a Sentence
The company is in the enviable position of having no real competitors.
She has an enviable reputation for honesty.
Recent Examples of enviable from the Web
The company is posting rapid growth and its stock has jumped almost 80% in the past year, making it an enviable place to be in a shaky retail environment.
But if the successful applicant chooses to live off-site, the enviable commute to work would be by boat ride that would include some of the most picturesque views in Britain.
Stay: The Mansion House in Vineyard Haven boasts an enviable location, a short walk from the ferry and Main Street shops and restaurants, and spring rates are heavily discounted (9 Main St., 800-332-4112, mvmansionhouse.com, starting at $179).
Download Festival adds another piece to LN’s enviable stack of assets in this part of the world.
The Braves have compiled an enviable collection of young arms, featuring the likes of Mike Soroka, Luiz Gohara, Kyle Wright, Kolby Allard and Ian Anderson, a group that may help propel the club’s return to prominence.
While, yes, Cara Delevingne–level brows are certainly enviable, there's absolutely nothing wrong with embracing a naturally sparse look.
Each video gives viewers a peek inside one of the most enviable and luxurious spaces in the world, starting with the 700-square-foot closet that belongs to Jamie Chua, a socialite in Singapore who has her own skincare line.
McCutchen may have been a goner next winter, but Cole, Starling Marte, Gregory Polanco, Jameson Taillon, and top prospect Adam Frazier are as enviable a core as any with which to build a contender both in the present and the future.
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First Known Use of enviable
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Definition of enviable for English Language Learners
: causing envy : very desirable
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