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jaundiced

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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jaundicedjaun‧diced /ˈdʒɔːndɪst $ ˈdʒɒːn-, ˈdʒɑːn-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 DISAPPOINTEDthinking that people or things are bad, especially because you have had bad experiences in the past 🔊 He has a very jaundiced view of the world. 🔊 She viewed politics and politicians with a jaundiced eye (=in a jaundiced way).2 MIsuffering from jaundice
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jaundicedEven student teachers, who might reasonably be expected to be the least jaundiced and most optimistic informants, aren't happy.After two weeks she became jaundiced and was referred with the diagnosis of choledocholithiasis.His editorial polemics, however, were jaundiced by anti-Semitism.We all land safely with no real casualties other than the odd jaundiced expression.A night to bring any man to contemplate the dogged scourge of Lady Fortune's whip with a jaundiced eye.This morning even the scenery could not lift her from her jaundiced mood.jaundiced eyeA night to bring any man to contemplate the dogged scourge of Lady Fortune's whip with a jaundiced eye.Even to the jaundiced eyes of veteran Washington reporters, this is mighty early to be planning a presidential campaign.The jaundiced eye sees not black and white but yellow and grey.
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