a. suffering from indigestion; appearing as if affected by disorder; sickly
The bilious is indicated by a thin, spare face, dark skin, black hair, firm flesh, moderate stoutness, with rough, harsh, and strongly marked features.
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This excess of bilious humor could not be attributed to play; for unlike Porthos, who accompanied the variations of chance with songs or oaths, Athos when he won remained as unmoved as when he lost.
THE THREE MUSKETEERS By Alexandre Dumas Context