Jealousy is not necessarily a proof of love. Jealousy often stems from insecurity, possessiveness, or fear of losing someone. Love is built on trust, respect, and understanding, and does not require jealousy to validate it.
all you have to do is put a paint brush on the wall and rub it up and down
........ then you have to let it dry then paint a different color over top of the other color but only half paint it... then your wall will be PERFECT!!!!!!
envious, jaundiced, grudging (dissatisfaction)
Umm...I think "jaundiced" is a medical term used when the skin has yellowed due to different medical conditions.
There is not way to completely overcome jealousy and insecurity. These are natural human behaviors, and everyone has it, regardless of whether they admit it or not. However, you can lessen these feelings but learning to love yourself more.
He does not resent Banquo, he is jealous of him. From the beginning Banquo has more kinglike qualities. And the witches told Banquo that his son will rule, an heir during this time period is very important, and to some rulers more important than ruling.
Unferth teases Beowulf verbally. He claims that Beowulf lost a swimming competition to Breca, but Beowulf counters by telling the story of how he defeated Breca and many seamonsters. Unferth then tells Beowulf that he will lose to Grendel next time the two fight.
To say "I am so jealous!" in French, you could say Je suis assez jaloux!
NO. It is not correct to say that lust is equivalent to jealousy.