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
That’s an enviable way to enter the open market, but Cozart might want to manage his expectations.
That makes Guensler’s outcome enviable to those who still need help.
That number translated to 23.6 million viewers, a series best at that point, and an enviable 6.7 rating among adults 18-49.
But unless several players are forced to sit for NCAA sanctions, the Wildcats have the enviable blend of experience and talented youth that should keep them in the top 10 all season.
Infused with real rose petals, the gel formula is cooling upon contact and will leave your complexion with an enviable au naturel glow.
Indeed, the cabal is building apartments at a fast rate, an enviable contrast to the Bay Area, and providing plenty of jobs to working people.
The montage underscores Thunder’s raw power, how his sexuality remains just as potent off stage—and Murphy brings it to life with enviable panache.
But the movie is also a biting comedy about the emptiness of having more—a cruel (but still undeniably sharp) deconstruction of the enviable life Steven and Anna have built.
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