This was rather too much for poor Mary; sometimes it made her bilious, sometimes it upset her gravity.
Mr. Wrench was a small, neat, bilious man, with a well-dressed wig: he had a laborious practice, an irascible temper, a lymphatic wife and seven children; and he was already rather late before setting out on a four-miles drive to meet Dr. Minchin on the other side of Tipton, the decease of Hicks, a rural practitioner, having increased Middlemarch practice in that direction.
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a bilious mood
One would think you were sick, or bilious, or something.