cholic cho·lic (kō'lĭk) or cho·le·ic (kō-lē'ĭk)
Of or relating to bile.
Patient was then covered up well in bed to bring on re-action, the pains of which for a short time were worse than cholic.
Likewise for sprains, rub it in; and for the cholic, a great spooneful in the hour.
Dr. Dale, although suffering from cholic, was obliged to set forth, at once upon what he felt would be a bootless journey.
He was suffering from a sort of cholic, for which the native doctors could give him no relief.
She put it on her knee, and played a tune that would have made gout, cholic and phthisic dance upon their last legs.
The cholic, Sir, by a surfeit of green tea and damn'd verses.
Excess of heat is a fever; excess of cold, a palsy; excess of wind a cholic: my disease cometh from excess of moisture.
This metal will be dissolved by water if it contain any saline matter, and the drinking of it occasions a peculiar kind of cholic.
And that jar of ginger spared her any more attacks of cholic!
The toothache an' cholic together id compose you betther for an argyment than itself.