The king felt the blow; Dumouriez saw through the perfidy, and could not repress his choler against Servan in the council-chamber.
“What an unfounded assertion,” exclaimed that gentleman in choler.
choler cooled into surprise, and surprise exploded into a vapid, grinning "Huh!"
They aunswer againe in choler: "Let him come feele my pulse."
The thought that another should challenge his right or traverse his desire galled him to a choler little short of madness.
It was evident that his choler against Mackwith had risen again.
But this opinion I kept carefully to myself, as my uncle's choler was not pleasant to bear.
Let melancholy rule supreme, choler preside, or blood, or phlegm.
The Baron's choler having subsided, he was the first to break the ice of silence.
I damned the thickness of his hide, but swallowed my choler.
constant irritation or anger; wrath
Greek name of a disease
One of the four humors of ancient and medieval physiology, thought to cause anger and bad temper when present in excess. Also called yellow bile.