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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
|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 ...
|Tbus much then we will say, there are three of us, Bardolph, Peto, and I, all |
townsmen; good and true Odd Fellows : and as we do not measure our wits by
the yard, or the bushel, ... infected spy, As all looks yellow to a jaundiced eye!
|By so doing he evades the necessity for beholding the beam in his own eye. In |
the case of the ... But if we add the thought, "and all things that are yellow look
more yellow to the jaundiced eye," we include also the mote-beam mechanism.
|Hence in their Scriptural studies nothing is seen but creeds and decisions ; or if |
any truth of revelation be seen at all, it is ... and sees nothing as it really is ; for "
All seems infected, that the infected spy, As all looks yellow to the jaundiced eye.
|At Night All Cats Are Grey was his first collection of short stories; other collections |
include All Looks Yellow To The Jaundiced Eye (1969) and A View From Calvary
(1976). There is a rawness about Boyle's stories and at times, as in the one ...
|4.4.691): i.e. if Perdita inherited yellow from Leontes, it might cause a fear, as |
irrational as his, that her children had been fathered by a sprite or were ... The
expression 'all looks yellow to the jaundiced eye' (Tilley, A160) may be relevant.
|Watts. Ja'undiced. adj. [fromjaundice.] Infected with the jaundice. All seems |
infected, that th' infected spy, As all looks yellow to the jaundiced eye. Pope. To J
AUNT.j- v. n. [originally jaunce ; Fr. jancer, an old word. See To Jaunce.] To
|This, Pope has poetically appropriated, in the 'Essay on Criticism:' "All seems |
infected, that the infected spy, As all looks yellow to the jaundiced eye," Boileau,
in his remarks on Longinus, traces to the Latin Medea, that fine instance of the ...
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