Envy (001-020)

After honor and state, follow envy and hate.
— Dutch

All fame brings envy.
— English

An envious man is a squint-eyed fool.
— English

An envious man waxes lean
with the fatness of his neighbor.
— English

An envious heart frets itself.
— English

Better be envied than pitied.
— English

Better envy than pity.
— German

Between imitation and envy, imitation is better.
— Cameroonian

Envy breeds hate.
— Yiddish

Envy goes beyond avarice.
— French

Envy has smarting eyes.
— Latvian

Envy does not enter an empty house.
— Danish

Envy cries of spite where honor rides.
— Dutch

Envy sees the sea but not the rocks.
— Russian

Envy is prosperity's manure.
— African (Fulani)

Envy was never a good spokesman.
— Danish

Envy shoots at others and wounds herself.
— English

Envy never dies.
— English

Envy never enriched any man.
— English

Envy hatches swans from rotten duck eggs.
— Russian

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