covet in a sentence

Example sentences for covet

He brings a charisma and a consumer attraction that marketers covet.
After all, when the wealth is flowing, people don't covet the concerts you see or the books you read.
And they mostly covet expensive watches, which are easily hidden and sometimes traded for cash.
Because of their scale and broad range of unique properties, biologists covet their use.
In turn, many hunters covet road hunting as the one guaranteed option of having access to public hunting opportunities.
Teaching time is a distinctly personal investment for teachers and they tend to covet it.
Local governments, however, do not covet the existing authority for reducing water demands.

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