enviously (part of speech: adverb)
resentfully (part of speech: adverb)
They wondered why they had not heard of her before, and they looked curiously, enviously
at David, and back in admiration at Marcia.
- "Marcia Schuyler", Grace Livingston Hill Lutz.
If she went out, she liked to go up to London, and saunter about the hot streets, gazing in at the shop windows, or staring enviously
at the " carriage people" as they drove by.
- "At Love's Cost", Charles Garvice.
All this is seen by the sensual men, who glance enviously
at the lovers, and by the cynical men whose cold smiles seem to say: 'Bah!
- "An Anarchist Woman", Hutchins Hapgood.