jeal·ou·sy /ˈʤɛləsi/ noun plural jeal·ou·sies
an unhappy or angry feeling of wanting to have what someone else has [noncount
] ▪ professional jealousy [=resentment of the success of someone who is in the same profession as you]
] ▪ petty jealousies among political rivals
an unhappy or angry feeling caused by the belief that someone you love (such as your husband or wife) likes or is liked by someone else [noncount
] ▪ a marriage ruined by infidelity and jealousy ▪ He was driven crazy with jealousy.
] ▪ He was unable to control his jealousies.