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  1. Definition of green-eyed monster: jealousy imagined as a monster that attacks people —usually used with the Finally, he suffered from professional jealousy, although, at least in public, he kept the green-eyed monster at bay most of the time. — Ron Fimrite Can it be that Suzanne was envious because you had a date?
  2. What's the origin of the phrase 'Green eyed monster'? Green is a colour associated with sickness, possibly because people's skin sometimes takes on a slightly yellow/green tinge when they are seriously ill. Green is also the colour of many unripe foods that cause stomach pains.
  3. Green-eyed monster definition, jealousy: Othello fell under the sway of the green-eyed monster. See more.
  4. Green is traditionally the colour of jealousy, as shown in the previous idiom green with envy and in this one, where the green-eyed monster is jealousy personified. This expression is a quotation from Shakespeare 's Othello, where Iago warns: ‘O! beware my lord of jealousy; It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock The meat it feeds on’.
  5. The Green-Eyed Monster is a villain from the Care Bears comic book series who appears in the issue 2 story "The Green-Eyed Monster".
  6. It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock the meat it feeds on.” Shakespeare had previously used the idea in The Merchant of Venice where Portia refers to “green-eyed jealousy” (Act 3, Scene 2). In Renaissance England most emotions were matched with colours. Green was matched with envy and jealousy.
  7. Sep 03,  · Green-Eyed Monster is an activity in Kingdom Come: Deliverance. Speak to the Farmhand outside of the Sasau Monastery to receive a series of ever escalating theft quests. You may need to pick some 'Hard' door locks, so bring some lockpicks and maybe a Padfoot potion.← Quest: Awakening.
  8. In The Merchant of Venice, Portia refers to "green-eyed jealousy" (Act 3, scene 2), and here Shakespeare coins the more intense phrase "green-ey'd monster.

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