Definition of enviable
: highly desirable
enviablyplay \ˈen-vē-ə-blē\ adverb
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 category's once-enviable growth looks like it's hit a plateau.
The master suit has large sliding doors out to the deck, plenty of closet space and an enviable garden tub.
The counties of Harford and Frederick also benefit from an enviable bit of stable government largesse — their biggest single employers are both military.
That’s an incredible and enviable statistic for any airline to achieve.
For the first time in the history of the ATP computer rankings, which date to the early 1970s, the men sitting at Nos. 1-5 are all 30 or older, the latest sign that the current crop of stars has enviable staying power.
The combination, on top of a technologically impressive set of products, has given AWS an enviable list of customers at the cutting edge of technology, including Netflix, Airbnb and Slack.
Equally enviable is the actress’ parade of designer shades, courtesy of THR Power Stylist Samantha McMillen (who also dresses Fanning’s older sis, Dakota).
Part of what helped Cisco gain its enviable market position, Mine said, was the strength of its operating system.
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ENVIABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of enviable for English Language Learners
: causing envy : very desirable
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