Jaundice in a sentence as a noun

It harmed his liver so bad he had severe jaundice.

That said, Jaunt isn't bad, it just reminds me of jaundice and taunt as eps mentioned above.

As I result of having had yellow jaundice I was told I could never donate blood.

If you've had jaundice as a kid in India, it was probably hepatitis A, in which case you are allowed to join.

It's been shown to offer some protection against heart disease, and it can cause mild jaundice, and stools that are a bit more on the yellow side.

Not related - but tangential: this reminds me of blue light therapy for neonatal jaundice

Jaundice in a sentence as a verb

My older son had severe jaundice due in part to the hematoma caused by use of a vacuum extractor during a difficult birth.

If you're experiencing jaundice, and are otherwise healthy, gallstones are the most likely culprit and can be detected via a simple ultrasound in most cases.

While he was still alive, way before it was revealed he had pancreatic cancer, I heard a story where he turned orange, which can only be jaundice, a sign of a failing pancreas.

Carriers for sickle, thalassemia,and G6PD deficiency all have malaria protective effects and ties in nicely with yellow urine and jaundice.

From your own article:"The drug's letdown can include feelings of confusion, irritability, anxiety, paranoia and depression, and people may experience memory loss or sleep problems, jaundice or liver damage."And:"Dr.

Jaundice definitions


yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes caused by an accumulation of bile pigment (bilirubin) in the blood; can be a symptom of gallstones or liver infection or anemia

See also: icterus


a rough and bitter manner

See also: bitterness acrimony acerbity tartness thorniness


distort adversely; "Jealousy had jaundiced his judgment"


affect with, or as if with, jaundice