Sentence example with the word 'jaundiced'

jaundiced

antiblack, choleric, dishonest, dyspeptic, horn-mad, jaundice-eyed, partial, racist, soured, tainted, unfair, xenophobic

Definition adj. affected by jaundice which causes yellowing of skin etc

Last update: October 27, 2015

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He has a jaundiced perception of people.   [Please select]

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He was short and of a jaundiced hue, his soft brown eyes set slightly aslant.   [Please select]

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We speak of rose-colored glasses, and Shakespeare wrote, "All things are yellow to a jaundiced eye."   [Please select]

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When did she ever see Kitty except with a jaundiced eye.   [Please select]

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The dog was brought, and he examined it with a jaundiced and bitter eye.   [Please select]

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"Nor I thee, Tsamanni; for thou art jaundiced with rage."   [Please select]

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"I think you're a bit jaundiced by twenty years of Tory rule," I said.'   [Please select]

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The moral blot accounts for a good deal of the indignation which Froude excited in minds far less jaundiced than Freeman's.'   [Please select]

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Now he was prepared for the fury of a jaundiced, self-willed old man, who could ill brook being thwarted.   [Please select]

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Every one says so, with the exception of a few of the cynical and jaundiced among men and women.   [Please select]

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He pawed at the clothes hunched on a chair in their bedroom, while she moved about mysteriously adjusting and patting her petticoat and, to his jaundiced eye, never seeming to get on with her dressing.   [Please select]

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