choleric

[ kol-er-ik, kuh-ler-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF choleric

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He is choleric, and a little matter doth set him in a flame, so old as he is.

The general disposition was choleric, pugnacious, litigious.

And as his temperament was choleric there were fellows who were actually afraid of him.

He was taken ashore (with choleric symptoms) and died there at the end of a week.

Choleric old gentlemen have been roused to frenzy over your misdeeds.

The one is amiable and submissive, the other choleric and rebellious.

When they looked round, he was making up to them with choleric strides.

"You say truth, Thomas," cried Astley, a red-faced and choleric young man.

"Well, don't you knock by me again, that's all," cried the choleric youth.

The Judge resembled Major Colfax in but one trait: he was choleric.

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