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Literary usage of Cholerically
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Miscellaneous and Posthumous Works of Henry Thomas Buckle by Henry Thomas Buckle (1872)
"of this striking scene, " she was much offended, cholerically rating them, bidding them be packing, saying she was no atheist, but knew full well that they ..."
2. Parisians Out of Doors by Frank Berkeley Smith (1905)
"complains monsieur, cholerically, stopping the hurrying maid. " Where are the ' demoiselles de Cherbourg ' for the luncheon in the Marmousets ? ..."
3. The Humour of America: Selected by Charles Edmunds Brock (1893)
"JUDGE not by appearances, for appearances are very deceptive,—as the old lady cholerically remarked when one, who was really a virgin unto forty, ..."
4. The Orpheus C. Kerr [pseud.] Papers. by Robert Henry] [Newell (1863)
"JUDGE not by appearances, my boy ; for appearances are very deceptive, as the old lady cholerically remarked when one, who was really a virgin on to forty, ..."