Definition of covetable in English:

covetable

adjective

  • See covet

    • ‘His covetable sleek kitchens come flat-packed, ready to slot into preprepared plumbing and electrics.’
    • ‘The most covetable house at that time would have been a suburban villa on a golf course.’
    • ‘This covetable, haunting work, neither painting, nor sculpture, is more than a work of art.’
    • ‘In both cases though these covetable paintings are explosive, celebratory and life-affirming.’
    • ‘From knitting and crochet to painting furniture and accessorising lamps, craft has never been so cool - or so covetable.’