from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of or pertaining to bile
- adj. Of or pertaining to cholic acid or its derivatives
- n. An obsolete spelling of colic (abdominal distress).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to, or obtained from, the bile.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or obtained from bile. Also cholalic.
- n. An obsolete form of colic.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Mrs. Duff, who, by Jan's help, had survived the threatened death fro "cholic," and was herself again, stood near the sufferer, in company with one or two more cronies.
Difeafed nature oftentimes breaks forth In ftrange. eruptions: oft the teeming earth Is with a kind of cholic pinch'd and ytlCd By the imprifoning of unruly wind Within her womb •, which, for enlargement ftriving,
I think they want the Dems to obstruct the nomination and will wait until that time to throw themselves upon the cheesy-puff dust covered mosaic and wailing like cholic stricken baybehs about agendas and whatnot other silliness that lees in their curdled minds.
Or should we disgregard all evidence which relates to cholic and asthma, and just stick with what's left?
For example, they say: "The BCA never claimed to cure various childhood conditions" by which I presume they mean cholic and so forth.
If they are listing these conditions as curable, along with what they say is "overwhelming" evidence, then does this not suggest that they are indeed claiming to cure cholic and so forth?
Yet the evidence they present in the same document is making the claim that Chiropractic cures cholic, asthma etc.
Are they related specifically to cholic etc or to specific back problems?
It's all smoke 'n mirrors lad, you hyperbolic cholic alcoholic she giggled.
Notice the convenient lull of an election -- now transition soap opera -- interruption which temporarily stuffs it behind campaign cholic, giving it just enough time to simmer.