dyseptic


dyseptic
adjective bilious, bitter, choleric, embittered, jaundiced, sour, sour-tempered, spiteful

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • bilious — I adjective bileful, choleric, dyspeptic, jaundiced, spiteful, spleenful II index bitter (penetrating), dyseptic, malevolent Burton s Leg …   Law dictionary

  • bitter — I (acrid tasting) adjective absinthal, absinthian, acerbate, acerbic, acerbus, acid, acidulous, acidus, acrid, asper, biting, caustic, cutting, disagreeable, distasteful, pungent, sharp, sour, soured, sourish, tart, unappetizing, unpalatable,… …   Law dictionary

  • choleric — index bilious, bitter (penetrating), critical (faultfinding), dyseptic, fractious, petulant, res …   Law dictionary

  • embittered — index bitter (reproachful), dyseptic, hostile, malevolent, resentful Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • jaundiced — index bilious, dyseptic, one sided, parochial, partial (biased), unequal (unjust), unfair …   Law dictionary

  • sour — index aggravate (annoy), bitter (acrid tasting), dyseptic, petulant, severe, spoil (impair), stale …   Law dictionary

  • sour-tempered — index bitter (reproachful), dyseptic, petulant Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • spiteful — I adjective acrimonious, antagonistic, antipathetic, belligerent, caustic, contrary, despiteful, envenomed, evil minded, froward, harsh, hateful, hostile, ill disposed, ill intentioned, ill natured, inimical, invidious, lividus, malevolent,… …   Law dictionary


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