Coveted meaning

This is the British English definition of covet

Coveted meaning

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Coveted meaning 68113

It involves craving to the inth degree something that most probably isnt yours to have

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adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, a tall girl, an interesting book, a big house

If the most coveted seat on the bus for you is the one right next to the bathroom, then you shouldn’t have any problem getting it because most people dont want it

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Covet - definition of covet by The Free Dictionary

Coveted definition: You use coveted to describe something that very many people would like to have

Definition of coveted in the Definitions

[+ object] : to want (something that you do not have) very much

First recorded in 1325–1350; Middle English coveiten, from Anglo-French coveiter, Old French coveit (i)er, from unattested Vulgar Latin cupiditāre, verbal derivative of Latin cupiditās cupidity

Synonyms for coveted include wanted, desirable, popular, desired, fashionable, sought-after, in demand, longed for, longed-for and enviable

Two sides prepared to join battle over the coveted title of worlds tallest sandcastle

Coveting turns our attention from our good Provider and fixates it on anything of lesser value

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Covet

ət / to want to have something very much, especially something that belongs to someone else: She always coveted power but never quite achieved it

But whether he will get a coveted chairmanship is in doubt

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