Coveted [verb]

Definition of Coveted:

desire strongly

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Sentence/Example of Coveted:

Connoisseurs of the 007 movies will covet “The Lost Adventures of James Bond” by Mark Edlitz, a substantial, illustrated volume that covers “unrealized, out-of-print, or largely forgotten Bond tales.”

In Supreme, which VF thinks it can build from $500 million a year in revenues into a billion-dollar business within a few years, VF is getting a brand that enjoys a cult following among the younger customers it covets.

Washington has long coveted Kendrick, who is 37 and considering retirement.

At one point, Eddie got a drum set, which his older brother coveted.

“These home goods are being coveted in the way that sneakers and clothes were being coveted,” he said.

They know where to find the coveted knowledge, but they do not possess it or retain it in their minds.

After eighteen years of railway life, at the age of 34, I had attained the coveted position of a general manager.

Her mother pressed the coveted treasure to her bosom with maternal love, more calm, and deep, and enduring.

Amongst others, the free inhabitants of Eboracum and Verulamium enjoyed the coveted rights of Roman citizenship.

But what they coveted most of all were those mysterious articles whose meaning and use they could make nothing of.