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But he viewed the whole of this reign, and of those that ensued, with the jaundiced eye of Jacobitism.
There is a solid substratum of truth in the old saying, Looking at the world through jaundiced eyes.
I carried my sack on my back to the hotel, looking with a jaundiced eye on the lethargic traffic of the harbour front.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
I found he had gone on in his usual intemperate life, his countenance jaundiced, and the dropsy coming on apace.
At the morning visit I found him greatly disturbed and jaundiced all over his body.
Young Lieutenant Commander Gilbertson gave her a somewhat jaundiced look.
INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTIONPOUL WILLIAM ANDERSON
Being so deeply jaundiced, the eye tints everything with yellow.
THE GOLDEN CENSERJOHN MCGOVERN
It appeared to be a mule—a mule with a jaundiced view of life.
MORE WILLIAMRICHMAL CROMPTON
The effect has been to reduce our once fairy and glistening hull to a jaundiced mass of rust and stains.
IN EASTERN SEASJ. J. SMITH
These infants develop jaundice a day or two after birth and become intensely jaundiced within a very brief time.

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