The noun "jealousy" can be both countable and uncountable.
jealousy → uncountable
Meaning: unhappiness felt when you think someone you like wants somebody else, or when someone else has something you want
Example sentence: Michael had trouble hiding the jealousy he felt when he heard about his brother's success in business.
jealousy → countable
Meaning: an action or comment that shows jealousy
Example sentence: Jenny said she was sick of all her boyfriend's petty jealousies, and was going to leave him.
In which sentence is the word "jealousy" uncountable?
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Contributor: Matt Errey