liverish


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Synonyms for liverish

suffering from or suggesting a liver disorder or gastric distress

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irritable as if suffering from indigestion

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Objectively," it's surely a coincidence that the full moon was shining bright the night Rojack killed the four German soldiers, the night he first met Deborah, and the night the novel begins, but he doesn't live in objective space, which is for JFK and the New York Times, but Rojack is plumbing a more primordial mode of consciousness, one in which "the caverns of the moon" (11) and "the liverish caverns of [his] belly" (14) correspond not only isomorphically, but existentially; the emptiness of "the mirror of the moon" (266) is his emptiness externalized and put to him as a question, a blank significance which he can only aspire to understand.
WHEN the French feel unwell the country's excellent health service is likely to recommend a de-tox stay in a spa to settle the patient's liverish complaints, rather than hand out pills.
WHEN the French feel unwell the country's excellent health service is likely to recommend a detox stay in a spa to settle the patient's liverish complaints, rather than hand out pills.
His war was the one in the Balkans, a retrograde, anti-modernist bloodbath that would, among other things, highlight European impotence, shine a light through the shoddy veil of intellectual relativism, and strip the technocratic wrapping from the creaking policy-by-committee approach favored by the liverish superstate Europe had, for lack of anything better to do, become.
The venison was everything you would expect from this densely, liverish meat.
For those residents nursing that liverish feeling the morning after, there is Chilli Vodka to add to the tomato juice, for that extra kick-start to the morning.
If I am feeling liverish, I sometimes respond with: Yes.
George Best's new liver may be functioning well, but there's something distinctly liverish about his attack on Manchester United for treating Becks "abysmally".
Or, as The Guardian (London) put it: "a clone's life is wheezy, liverish and short.
Spend a night on the town with any of the nine-in-a-row brigade and you were decidedly liverish the next morning.
You may therefore suffer from liverish upsets, seeing as Jupiter lords it over that region of the body, and may also quite literally have itchy feet.