Definition of Jealouses
1. jealouse [v] - See also: jealouse
Lexicographical Neighbors of Jealouses
Literary usage of Jealouses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Works of Francis Bacon by John Thomas Scharf, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Francis Bacon, James Spedding, Robert Leslie Ellis, Douglas Denon Heath, William Rawley (1879)
"... concerning and entertaining groundless jealouses against them, and upon all occasions shewing partiality and favour to those of the Popish persuasion, ..."
2. Publications by Western Reserve Historical Society (1870)
"... up jealouses & discord at so early a stage of ye settlement. The Ohio settlement is now become, with us, very unpopular—more than 30 families within ye ..."
3. English Literature: An Illustrated Record by Richard Garnett, Edmund Gosse (1905)
"... is very possible that upon a second perusal of the letter I sent you you may see the workings of a mind strongly agitated with gratitude and jealouses. ..."
4. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1853)
"Perhaps it may be impossible, under the known jealouses of •>.he " irritable genus," so to remodel the Academy aa to make it adequate to the wants of art. ..."
5. An Abridgment of the Indian Affairs Contained in Four Folio Volumes by New York (State), Peter Wraxall, Charles Howard McIlwain (1915)
"... should be influenced by their Lyes & those groundless Jealouses wherewith the French endeavour to inspire them [with] of us their Bretheren & by those ..."
6. The History and Geography of the Mississippi Valley: To which is Appended a by Timothy Flint (1832)
"The merchant, mechanic and farmer, each with their peculiar prejudices and jealouses, have found themselves placed by necessity in the same society. ..."