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
For one, nuclear power has logged an enviable pollution and safety record when compared with fossil fuels.
U.K. Brexit Secretary David Davis’s job is far from enviable.
With its sweeping view of the Shwedagon Pagoda, a glittering golden stupa and Myanmar’s top cultural attraction, the Esperado Lake View Hotel should be in an enviable spot.
Big Boi, 'Boomiverse' Big Boi, the more street-wise half of Outkast, has always had the enviable skill of crafting hip-hop that sounds simultaneously groundbreaking and immediately familiar.
South Korea’s 3.6 unemployment rate, while enviable on the surface, masks a two-tier labor market that is fueling inequality and stirring anger and resentment.
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The picturesque Johnson County scenery also appeals to Kansas City-area home builders whose imaginations are captured by the possibility of building enviable floor plans further enhanced by Cottonwood Canyon’s oasis-like surroundings.
Apple’s enviable profits are one of the most amazing aspects of the company.
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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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