Examples of bile in a Sentence
One writer objected to what she described as “the bile that is spewed from the newspaper's editorial page.”
with considerable bile, the author recounts a childhood filled with misery and loneliness
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The bile spewed by those seeking to diminish and denigrate others hasn't been eliminated by tolerance and reason.
Doctors suspected cholestasis, a condition in which pregnancy hormones elevate liver bile levels, which can result in stillbirth.
There is already too much bile poisoning our public discourse.
But Latvala saved most of his bile for the House, accusing someone of trying to tear down the Senate ahead of the legislative session to put it in a weaker negotiating position.
The despised, detested and damnable Raiders who for decades raised the bile levels of an entire Chargers fan base.
Yet like so much else dividing Israeli society today, the advances by the Alternative for Germany, or the AfD, as it is known, seems to provide more of an excuse for political recriminations and partisan bile than a source of common Jewish ground.
The first group were all based on body parts (like ear or lower right abdomen) or the names of other diseases (cysts of the biles and swollen inflammation).
Not only are the Jets shockingly sitting at .500, Bowles is offloading some of the New York bile that seemed destined to come his way all season onto McAdoo.
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Origin and Etymology of bile
First Known Use: 1547See Words from the same year
Synonymsacidity, acidness, acridity, acridness, asperity, acrimony, bitterness, cattiness, corrosiveness, mordancy, tartness, virulence, virulency, vitriol
Related Wordsgruffness, harshness, hostility, relentlessness, severity, sternness, vehemence; coldness, crossness, discourteousness, iciness, impoliteness, incivility, nastiness, rudeness, sourness, surliness, ungraciousness; anger, animosity, gall, jaundice, malevolence, malice, rancor, scorn, spite, spleen, venom, vindictiveness; jealousy, pique, resentment, sour grapes
Near Antonymscivility, cordiality, courtesy, diplomacy, geniality, graciousness, kindness, politeness, tactfulness; compassion, softness, sweetness, sympathy, tenderness, warmth; oiliness, smoothness, suaveness, suavity, unctuousness, urbanity
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