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  • So that gave us something that worked up a lot of good bile.
  • What we have just been saying has stirred up all my bile. Cited from A Dash from Diamond City, by George Manville Fenn
  • Biles continued to serve in public office, as a judge, and also maintained a private law practice.
  • She should lead him a dog's life, and never swallow her bile. Cited from Fantasia of the Unconscious, by D. H. Lawrence
  • In the first generation, a bear is killed and the bile is taken.
  • For example, cold and dry food would produce black bile.
  • Much of it goes into the bile and thus out into the small intestine.
  • Simone Biles won her second gold and fourth total medal of the competition.
  • The previous bile bear tea is no longer available for sale.
  • Bile has traveled widely and has inspired many young people and helped several humanitarian organizations.
  • Feelings in the province ran so high that Biles was released and the suit was dropped.
  • Black bile was the humor identified with earth, since both were cold and dry.
  • William Biles would play a large part in the political, legal, and religious affairs of early Pennsylvania.
  • The company said the bile extraction process has gone through three generations.
  • Yellow bile was the humor identified with fire, since both were hot and dry.
  • I sometimes think it has got biles, friend Wales. Cited from The Complete Works of Artemus Ward [Browne] Part 2
  • This was a complete mystery, but it raised my bile, and I returned it with interest. Cited from Jacob Faithful, by Captain Frederick Marryat
  • Bile flows in the direction opposite to that of the blood present in the other two channels.
  • It's fierce how you make me biles on my bones. Cited from Little Citizens, by Myra Kelly
  • There are few bands on earth that truly share the Bile sound.
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Meaning of bile

  • noun A digestive juice secreted by the liver and stored in the gallbladder; aids in the digestion of fats