emulous [ em-yuh-luhs ]
1. desirous of equaling or excelling; filled with emulation: boys emulous of their fathers.
2. arising from or of the nature of emulation, as actions or attitudes.
3. Obsolete. jealous; envious.
OTHER WORDS FROM EMULOUS
WORDS RELATED TO EMULOUS
aspiring, competitive, rivalrous
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Origin: 1350–1400; Middle English < Latin aemulus vying with; see -ulous
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