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|III People earlier believed that because the eyes of a jaundiced person were |
yellow, everything appeared yellow to him. A quotation from the early 1700s says
: 'all looks yellow to the jaundiced eye.' So, the phrase 'jaundiced'°' eye' became
|Eye-teeth E135 To look (see) with a jaundiced Eye 1777 Carter Diary 2.1125: I |
was going to return that all things look Yellow to the jaundiced eye. 1781
JWadsworth in Deane Papers 4.527: Caused you to see every thing with a
|To affect with jaundice ; t. f rtl I 2. (Fig- usu. p. p. ) To affect with envy' jealousy, |
prejudice, etc. as a person or judgment ; *«t. Tt*"K*t* ^H1 ftf * Jaundiced eye—
Prejudiced eye . S ^S i All things look yellow to a jaundiced eye- Jaunt (jant), n. &
|And wheu that has once found a place in the heart, it causes much misery: — "|
Evil eyes never see a good thing." All seems infected that the infected spy, As all
looks yellow to the jaundiced eye. Pope. Kmperor Theodosins II. gave his wife an
|Every man Jack: One and all * He invited every man Jack to the feast Every man |
Jack, every mother's son: Everyone ... my friends every so often Everything looks
yellow to a jaundiced eye: A suspicious person by nature sees everything as ...
|Jaun'dice (Fr. jaune, yellow). A jaundiced eye. A prejudiced eye which sees " |
faults that are not." It was a popular belief that to the eye of a person who had the
jaundice everything looked of a yellow tinge. All seems infected that th' Infected
|JAUNDICED. All seems infected that the infected spy, As all looks yellow to the |
jaundiced eye. Pope, Essay on Criticism. JEALOUSY. Trifles light as air Are to the
jealous confirming strong As proofs of holy writ. Shakespeare, Othello.
|Golden ' in English has largely come to mean not yellow or any other definite |
shade of color, but merely beautiful and precious, as ' red ' means in Russia. ...
Aryan tongues it seems to be the same, and ' gall ' lies at the root not only of '
yellow ' but also of ' green ' and even of ' gold. ... green and yellow melancholy/
and in Pope the ' jaundiced eye ' to which ' all 18 W. H. R. Rivers, ' Colour Vision
of the ...
|Your job is to find all the good you can in yourself, in others and in life. The good |
is there, believe me. If you look, you'll find plenty of good. A wise man once said
that all the world looks yellow to the jaundiced eye. Therefore, remove the ...