Käännettävä sana (suomeksi tai englanniksi):
- The state or quality of being atrabilious.
- (lb, en, medicine, obsolete) The state or quality of having an excess of black bile.
- * (quote-book, author=Francisco Hernández, authorlink=Francisco Hernández de Toledo, coauthors=Rafael Chabrán, Cynthia L. Chamberlin, Simon Varey, transls., chapter=On the Illness in New Spain in the Year 1576, Called Cocoliztli by the Indians, title=The Mexican Treasury: The Writings of Dr. Francisco Hernández, editor=Simon Varey, location=Stanford, Calif., publisher=(w, Stanford University Press), year=2001, page=84, isbn=978-0-8047-3963-4, passage=Furthermore, the urine of some was both profuse and pale, autopsies showed that the dead had very swollen liver, blackened heart emitting a pale yellow liquid and later, black blood, black and semiputrefied spleen and lungs; '''atrabiliousness''' could be seen in their blood vessels, the dry stomach and the rest of the body, wherever it was dissected, was extremely pale.)
- * (quote-book, author=Patrick E. Iroegbu, title=Healing Insanity: A Study of Igbo Medicine in Contemporary Nigeria, location=[Bloomington, Ind.], publisher=w:Xlibris, Xlibris Corporation, year=2010, page=488, isbn=978-1-4500-9628-7, passage=The fruits are small oranges and are used in mixtures serving as preservative, antidote to bacteria, softening of the heat effects of diseases, '''atrabiliousness''', debility, and infirmity.)
- grumpiness, Grumpiness, irritability, melancholy, moroseness.
- * (quote-book, author=anonymous &91;w:Robert Potter (1721–1804), Robert Potter&93;, title=The Art of Criticism; as Exemplified in Dr. Johnson's Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets, location=London, publisher=Printed for T. Hookham, w:Bond Street, New Bond Street, year=1789, page=191, pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=i85LAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA191, oclc=83436324, passage=Of his &91;(w, Samuel Johnson)'s&93; works; though they have little of originality, and his ſtyle has a certain '''atrabiliouſneſs''', and his tiſſue of paragraphs an unpleaſing quaintneſs, it must be confeſſed that his w:A Dictionary of the English Language, Dictionary, ''w:The Rambler, Rambler'', and the two imitative translations of tranſlations of (w, Juvenal), &c. are very excellent; (...))
- * (quote-book, author=Bret Harte, authorlink=Bret Harte, title=The Works of Bret Harte: Sally Dows, and other Sketches [The Works of Bret Harte; 5], location=New York, N.Y., publisher=McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, year=1893, pages=20–21, oclc=6691538, passage=Drummond, whose gorge had risen at these evidences of hopeless incapacity and utter shiftlessness, was not relieved by the presence of Mrs. Reed – a soured, disappointed woman of forty, who still carried in her small dark eyes and thin handsome lips something of the bitterness and antagonism of the typical "Southern rights" woman; nor of her two daughters, Octavia and Augusta, whose languid '''atrabiliousness''' seemed a part of the mourning they still wore.)
- * (quote-book, author=Willard Price, authorlink=Willard Price, title=Roving South, Rio Grande to Patagonia, location=New York, N.Y., publisher=J. Day Co., year=1948, page=13, oclc=1358700, passage=Terry, author of the indispensable ''Terry's Guide to Mexico'', has a name for it – '''atrabiliousness'''. "The defect of many of the murals," he says, speaking of those in the orphan asylum, "is the facial '''atrabiliousness''' of some of the subjects. To the observer it minimizes the grandeur of the conception (...)")
- * '''2013''', Anne-Marie Millim, “‘Troops of Unrecording Friends’: Vicarious Celebrity in the ''Memoir''”, in Charlotte Boyce, Páraic Finnerty, Anne-Marie Millim, ''Victorian Celebrity Culture and Tennyson's Circle'', Basingstoke, Hampshire: (w, Palgrave Macmillan), Special:BookSources/9781137007933, ISBN 978-1-137-00793-3:
- *: The text is 'suffused with decorous domesticity', which, w:Richard Altick, [Richard] Altick has argued, is due to its rigorous omission of the 'idiosyncrasies that made &91;w:Alfred, Lord Tennyson, [Alfred, Lord] Tennyson&93; the engaging and often formidable character he was – his vanity, his '''atrabiliousness''' [and] his shaggy Lincolnshire abruptness.'