Definition of 'jealousies'
Example sentences containing 'jealousies'
I said before, there are tensions and jealousies, but they always seem to exist in great orchestras.MURDER IN E MINOR
It is so easy to become involved in local jealousies, and to be obliged to go on seeing acquaintancesTESTIMONIES
Sometimes he knew his team was riven by incompatibilities and jealousies that should have been beneath mature men and women.THE INNOCENTS AT HOME (A SUPERINTENDENT KENWORTHY NOVEL)
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