envy

Homage vs Envy - What's the difference?

homage | envy |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between homage and envy

is that homage is (obsolete) to cause to pay homage while envy is (obsolete) to emulate.

As nouns the difference between homage and envy

is that homage is (historical) in feudalism, the formal oath of a vassal to honor his or her lord's rights while envy is resentful desire of something possessed by another or others (but not limited to material possessions).

As verbs the difference between homage and envy

is that homage is (obsolete) to pay reverence to by external action while envy is to feel displeasure or hatred towards (someone) for their good fortune or possessions.

Endearment vs Envy - What's the difference?

endearment | envy |


As nouns the difference between endearment and envy

is that endearment is the act or process of endearing, of causing (something or someone) to be loved or to be the object of affection while envy is resentful desire of something possessed by another or others (but not limited to material possessions).

As a verb envy is

to feel displeasure or hatred towards (someone) for their good fortune or possessions.

Compassion vs Envy - What's the difference?

compassion | envy |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between compassion and envy

is that compassion is (obsolete) to pity while envy is (obsolete) to emulate.

As nouns the difference between compassion and envy

is that compassion is deep awareness of the suffering of another, coupled with the wish to relieve it while envy is resentful desire of something possessed by another or others (but not limited to material possessions).

As verbs the difference between compassion and envy

is that compassion is (obsolete) to pity while envy is to feel displeasure or hatred towards (someone) for their good fortune or possessions.

Envy vs Prejudice - What's the difference?

envy | prejudice |


As nouns the difference between envy and prejudice

is that envy is resentful desire of something possessed by another or others (but not limited to material possessions) while prejudice is a harm, a damage.

As a verb envy

is to feel displeasure or hatred towards (someone) for their good fortune or possessions.

Envy vs Null - What's the difference?

envy | null |


As nouns the difference between envy and null

is that envy is resentful desire of something possessed by another or others (but not limited to material possessions) while null is zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

As a verb envy

is to feel displeasure or hatred towards (someone) for their good fortune or possessions.

Ego vs Envy - What's the difference?

ego | envy |


As nouns the difference between ego and envy

is that ego is ego while envy is resentful desire of something possessed by another or others (but not limited to material possessions).

As a verb envy is

to feel displeasure or hatred towards (someone) for their good fortune or possessions.

Envy vs Raspberry - What's the difference?

envy | raspberry |


As nouns the difference between envy and raspberry

is that envy is resentful desire of something possessed by another or others (but not limited to material possessions) while raspberry is the plant rubus idaeus or raspberry can be (pejorative|colloquial) a noise intended to imitate the passing of flatulence, made by blowing air out of the mouth while the tongue is protruding from and pressed against the lips, or by blowing air through the lips while they are pressed firmly together or against skin, used humorously or to express derision.

As verbs the difference between envy and raspberry

is that envy is to feel displeasure or hatred towards (someone) for their good fortune or possessions while raspberry is to gather or forage for or raspberry can be (colloquial) to make the noise intended to imitate the passing of flatulence.

As an adjective raspberry is

containing or having the flavor/flavour of raspberries.

Pettiness vs Envy - What's the difference?

pettiness | envy |


As nouns the difference between pettiness and envy

is that pettiness is the quality of being petty while envy is resentful desire of something possessed by another or others (but not limited to material possessions).

As a verb envy is

to feel displeasure or hatred towards (someone) for their good fortune or possessions.

Regret vs Envy - What's the difference?

regret | envy |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between regret and envy

is that regret is (obsolete) dislike; aversion while envy is (obsolete) to emulate.

As verbs the difference between regret and envy

is that regret is to feel sorry about (a thing that has or has not happened), afterthink: to wish that a thing had not happened, that something else had happened instead while envy is to feel displeasure or hatred towards (someone) for their good fortune or possessions.

As nouns the difference between regret and envy

is that regret is emotional pain on account of something done or experienced in the past, with a wish that it had been different; a looking back with dissatisfaction or with longing while envy is resentful desire of something possessed by another or others (but not limited to material possessions).

Dislike vs Envy - What's the difference?

dislike | envy |


In obsolete|transitive|lang=en terms the difference between dislike and envy

is that dislike is (obsolete|transitive) to displease; to offend (in third-person only) while envy is (obsolete|transitive) to give (something) to (someone) grudgingly or reluctantly; to begrudge.

In lang=en terms the difference between dislike and envy

is that dislike is to have a feeling of aversion or antipathy towards; not to like while envy is to feel displeasure or hatred towards (someone) for their good fortune or possessions.

As nouns the difference between dislike and envy

is that dislike is an attitude or a feeling of distaste or aversion while envy is resentful desire of something possessed by another or others (but not limited to material possessions).

As verbs the difference between dislike and envy

is that dislike is (obsolete|transitive) to displease; to offend (in third-person only) while envy is to feel displeasure or hatred towards (someone) for their good fortune or possessions.

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