(of an action or situation) Likely to arouse or incur resentment or anger in others,
(of an action or situation) Likely to arouse or incur resentment or anger in others
she'd put herself in an invidious position
(of a comparison or distinction) Unfairly discriminating; unjust
it seems invidious to make special mention of one aspect of his work
discriminatory: containing or implying a slight or showing prejudice; "discriminatory attitudes and practices"; "invidious comparisons"
(invidiously) in a manner arousing resentment
Envy (also called invidiousness) is best defined as an emotion that "occurs when a person lacks another's (perceived) superior quality, achievement, or possession and either desires it or wishes that the other lacked it."Parrott, W. G., & Smith, R. H. (1993). And belongs to Ami. ...
offensively or unfairly discriminating; causing ill will towards the actor; causing offense; causing envy or ill will towards the possessor; envious, jealous; Hateful; odious; detestable
(invidiousness) Malevolent provocation of dislike or resentment; the state or quality of being invidious
(invidiously) inciting ill will, odium, or envy.
in·vid·i·ous (în-vîdąę-es) adjective 1. Tending to rouse ill will, animosity, or resentment: invidious accusations. 2. Containing or implying a slight; discriminatory: invidious distinctions. 3. Envious. [From Latin invidiosus, envious, hostile, from invidia, envy.] . in·vidąi·ous·ly adverb . ...