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Things jealousy often describes (“jealousy ________”)
fiction, results, springs, stems, reactions, induction, acts, experience, evocation, causes, fears, leaders, people, breeds, producing, spread, zadig, curing, duet, monster, burns, exists, runs, peers, flares, gnaws, steps, starts, aims, maddens, inciting, food, the, delusions, everyone, shot, poisons, names, versus, drives

Descriptive words:
sexual, professional, mutual, great, much, petty, little, extreme, personal, intense, national, bitter, natural, commercial, exciting, insane, fierce, considerable, male, morbid, godly, mere, violent, pathological, watchful, unreasonable, secret, mean, sectional, utmost, pure, excessive, less, female, mad, delusional, romantic, divine, furious, holy, feminine, sheer, greatest, suspicious, literary, constant, unfounded, irrational, sudden, least, popular, peculiar, perpetual, passionate, childish, foolish, blind, possessive, groundless, sectarian, unreasoning, unworthy, marital, eyed, slightest, wild, strange, obsessive, unconscious, latent, murderous, angry, savage, terrible, narrow, absurd, instinctive, spanish

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Book See jealousy used in context: 63 rhymes, 24 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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