MEANING: adjective:
1. Exhibiting prejudice from envy or resentment.
2. Having jaundice: a disease that makes the skin, white of the eyes, etc., to be yellow, caused by an increase of bile pigments in the blood.

ETYMOLOGY: from Old French jaunice (yellowness), from jaune (yellow), from Latin galbinus (yellowish), from galbus (yellow). Earliest documented use: 1640.

FAUNDICED - showing the symptoms of a Pandemic

JAUNDICTED - subjected to inflammatory discussion by a yellow journalist

JAUNEDICED - cut into tiny little yellow cubes, viz.

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