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
While her home life seems pretty near perfect, Jenner’s professional life also looks enviable.
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Justin Smith’s emergence, plus the 2018 recruiting class already signed, will give Miller enviable (if young) wing options.
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That’s not a particularly enviable place to be, especially with the prospect of facing Curry and the world-beating Warriors in the first round.
In the second season of Stranger Things, Steve Harrington gives his young friend Dustin Henderson some vital beauty advice: the secret to his enviable, voluminous hair.
By following his instincts about what to focus on, Harrell has garnered an enviable following.
Two reservoirs — Morse and Geist — lay the foundations for summer recreation and lend stunning backdrops to some of the most enviable waterfront properties in Central Indiana.
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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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