invidiousness (Meaning)

invidiousness

of an unpleasant or objectionable nature, of a kind to cause resentment, of, relating to, or being discrimination that arises from the creation of a classification that is arbitrary, irrational, or capricious and not related to a legitimate purpose, envious, of a kind to cause harm or resentment, tending to cause discontent, animosity, or envy, of an unpleasant or objectionable kind

Synonyms & Antonyms of invidiousness

invidiousness Sentence Examples

  1. The invidiousness of his comments cast a pall over the meeting.
  2. She masked her envy with a thin veil of pity, but her invidiousness peeked through.
  3. The politician's speech was rife with invidious comparisons that sought to divide the electorate.
  4. The company's new policy was met with veiled invidiousness from employees who felt underappreciated.
  5. The siblings' constant comparisons bred an invidious atmosphere within the family.
  6. The teacher's praise for one student over another sparked an invidious rivalry among the class.
  7. The critic's invidious review of the film damaged its reputation beyond repair.
  8. The community gossip sparked an invidious cycle of rumors and accusations.
  9. The boss's preferential treatment created an invidious divide between staff members.
  10. The power dynamics in the office fostered an invidious atmosphere where favoritism and backstabbing thrived.

FAQs About the word invidiousness

of an unpleasant or objectionable nature, of a kind to cause resentment, of, relating to, or being discrimination that arises from the creation of a classificat

hatred,jealousy, resentment, covetousness,envy, enviousness, green-eyed monster, animosity, spitefulness, ill will

sympathy, kindness, benevolence,goodwill,

The invidiousness of his comments cast a pall over the meeting.

She masked her envy with a thin veil of pity, but her invidiousness peeked through.

The politician's speech was rife with invidious comparisons that sought to divide the electorate.

The company's new policy was met with veiled invidiousness from employees who felt underappreciated.