How to use "jaundiced" in sentences with meaning in English and Hindi

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Example sentences for "jaundiced" in popular movie and book plots

  • After being convinced by Joe and Quagmire that one skipping would not hurt him, Peter eventually decides to skip an appointment but his assumptions are false and him skipping it causes him to become jaundiced and vomit blood.  - New Kidney in Town
  • Foreman says he's not jaundiced and there wouldn't be ocular effects, but Chase states that inflammation inside the bile channels would mean sclerosing cholangitis, which would explain all the symptoms.  - Teamwork (House)
  • On the other hand, Thavas provides something of a corrective to the jaundiced Kajak's view of Carter, who in his experience is a genuinely charismatic leader who can exact pledges of a defeated foe and make them stick.  - Sir Harold of Zodanga
  • This tragic ending largely confirms Omocha's jaundiced view of the role of the geisha in a male dominated society, in a film that is surprisingly feminist for its time and place.  - Sisters of the Gion
  • When he awakens from the drugged stupor the editor is back at home, his body covered in a jaundiced yellow.  - The Exquisite Cadaver
  • The doctors prepare to treat the fetus but discover that Emma is jaundiced and her liver is shutting down.  - Fetal Position (House)
  • An autobiographical fiction, Mirbeau’s tale chronicles the author’s adventures with his pet dog Dingo while simultaneously offering a jaundiced view of country life, in Ponteilles-en-Barcis, a squalid town modeled on the village of Cormeilles-en-Vexin, where Mirbeau had the misfortune to reside.  - Dingo (novel)
  • In The Return of John MacNab three rather downcast friends (a copywriter whose wife has died suddenly on a plane flight; an ex-Special Forces soldier with a marital crisis; and a jaundiced left-wing joiner) decide to revive Buchan’s novel.  - The Return of John MacNab

Example sentences for "jaundiced" in interesting articles

  • The young lads that universities used to produce—ladies being considered too delicate in nature to actually think in those days—were supposed to cast a jaundiced eye over society and to defend against iniquities of government, big business, and, in general, be superheroes without a secret identity. My point here is not that this ideal was a bad thing, but that universities were never intended to be places to develop independent inquiring minds.  - Universities can’t fulfil the myth, but can’t become vocational schools either
  • In America, such humor runs up against the national inclination to “applaud ambition and openly reward success.”One might think that in political times as jaundiced and polarized as ours, we would be ready to swap the old fable of embattled do-gooders for a diagnosis of structural dysfunction and the bracing personal ridicule that goes with it.  - Why the British Are Better at Satire
  • He wore a knit stocking cap over a thick head of hair, drawing attention to his slight underbite and jaundiced eyes.  - The Problem with Tying Health Care to Trade

Meaning of "jaundiced" in English

  • affected by jaundice which causes yellowing of skin etc
  • showing or affected by prejudice or envy or distaste
    - takes a jaundiced view of societies and clubs

Meaning of "jaundiced" in Hindi

  • पक्षपातपूर्ण
  • पक्षपातपूर्ण ( Pakshapatapurn, pakshapaatapoorn)

Synonyms of "jaundiced"

  • icteric
  • yellow

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