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But don't eat them late, unless you are equally fond of dyspepsia.

Funny kind of dyspepsia, wasn't it, to be cured by eating around, the way you have to do.

Posed for his bust while suffering with a bad attack of dyspepsia.

It is said that in India, where dyspepsia is common, garlic is found to be a great palliative.

"The last time I saw Babbitt he appeared to be nearer apoplexy than dyspepsia," he said.

It was breakfast at eight, indignation at nine, dyspepsia at ten.

This pudding is excellent, but any one troubled with dyspepsia had better not eat it.

Her doctor says: "Cheer up; you have dyspepsia; you will be all right soon."

We need not here describe the pains and penalties of Dyspepsia.

He said he never saw anything like my dyspepsia, but he was bound to cure it.

WORD ORIGIN

1706, from Late Latin dyspepsia or a back-formation from dyspeptic (q.v.). Its opposite is eupepsia.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DYSPEPSIA

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nounupset stomach
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