verb (used with object), jaun·diced, jaun·dic·ing.
Origin of jaundice
Examples from the Web for jaundice
Protective glasses shaded his eyes from the phototherapeutic light that treated him for jaundice.Feeding Tubes, NICU, One-on-One Care: Susan Hatfield Talks About Living With Her Trisomy 18 Baby|Susan Hatfield|February 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
A simple hypermia of the mucous membrane may cause sufficient obstruction of the bile-ducts to give rise to jaundice.
We had a neighbor who had a terrible attack of jaundice, which turned her the color of a daffodil.The Smiling Hill-Top|Julia M. Sloane
In the jaundice it seldom fails; and in dropsical cases is frequently administered with success.