Colic [noun]

Definition of Colic:

stomach ache

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Sentence/Example of Colic:

One morning, after taking my coffee, I was seized with violent sickness, attended with colic.

I don't know what was the matter with it, but I think it had the colic, for it lay as quiet as a mouse; and then it died.

He had come within at least an appreciable distance of selling his soul for a colic cure.

He died of colic in the year 1430, at the age of forty-seven.

But I do know that I was fortunate in not being devoured during the several hours I was knotted up on the ground with the colic.

Later it was in somewhat general use internally for mitigating the pains of colic.

His companion had a pain in the night—he was doubled up with colic caused by his supper.

Poor Grard could stand it no longer; the philter was working; colic and headache appeared.

Bent, apparently, on spoiling his sister's pleasure, the heir of the house of Walsh must be taken with a colic on that day.

Here old Guffaru was reported sick; he suffered from colic, and was well nursed.