Origin of icteric
OTHER WORDS FROM ictericpost·ic·ter·ic, adjectivesub·ic·ter·ic, adjectivesub·ic·ter·i·cal, adjective
How to use icteric in a sentence
A failure in the secretion of bile is evidenced more or less by the well known icteric symptoms.The Action of Medicines in the System|Frederick William Headland
The skin may assume a dull sallow or earthy hue, or a bright yellow icteric tint may appear.Manual of Surgery|Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
Icteric synocha occurred also oftener, although far from frequently.
Stranguaries were likewise pretty frequent, and icteric complaints, or the jaundice.
The icteric hue is seldom intense, indeed very infrequently equalling the orange-yellow of jaundice resulting from obstruction.