Origin of colic
OTHER WORDS FROM coliccol·ick·y, adjective
Words nearby colic
How to use colic in a sentence
I went back to work sooner than I had with my son and we muddled through the colic, the eczema, two sets of diapers.
And in my first memory, I am a toddler kneading that taut skin, easing my colic into sleep.
But college is not like some sort of all-purpose herbal supplement that cures bunions and also colic; it teaches specific skills.
One morning, after taking my coffee, I was seized with violent sickness, attended with colic.My Ten Years' Imprisonment|Silvio Pellico
I don't know what was the matter with it, but I think it had the colic, for it lay as quiet as a mouse; and then it died.
He had come within at least an appreciable distance of selling his soul for a colic cure.The Boy Grew Older|Heywood Broun
He died of colic in the year 1430, at the age of forty-seven.Lives of the Most Eminent Painters Sculptors and Architects|Giorgio Vasari
But I do know that I was fortunate in not being devoured during the several hours I was knotted up on the ground with the colic.Before Adam|Jack London