“I’ll save up and get it”
–verb (used with object)
1. to desire wrongfully, inordinately, or without due regard for the rights of others: to covet another’s property.
2. to wish for, esp. eagerly: He won the prize they all coveted. –verb (used without object)
3. to have an inordinate or wrongful desire.
Origin: 1175–1225; ME coveiten < AF coveiter, OF coveit(i)er < VL *cupidiētāre, v. deriv. of *cupidiētās, for L cupititās cupidity
—Related forms cov·et·a·ble, adjective cov·et·er, noun cov·et·ing·ly, adverb un·cov·et·ed, adjective un·cov·et·ing, adjective
For our purposes, being a coveter of great fashion or music isn’t really about “hav[ing] an inordinate or wrongful desire”. A coveter is a state of being that should be shared with the world through photographs, sound bytes and music videos.
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