Meaning of cholerically in English:

cholerically

adverb

See choleric

‘Beyond saying that the book is nicely produced and offers some opinions that will have some typographers nodding appreciatively but others spluttering cholerically, I am not expert enough to venture an opinion.’
  • ‘Once cholerically opposed by classical financiers, he can now, as Baron Keynes, boost his theories in the House of Lords.’
  • ‘To use the power of the majority to cholerically abase and degrade such dissenters, however mistaken they may seem to be, will ultimately be counterproductive.’
  • ‘The other was his unbounded egomania which cholerically expressed itself - all the more pronounced as disasters started to accumulate - in the belief that no one else was competent or trustworthy, and that he alone could ensure victory.’
  • ‘Transmucosal absorption of cholerically active compounds is contemplated to be very rapid, with about 50% of the compound being absorbed within 30 minutes.’