indigestion

[ in-di-jes-chuh n, -dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF indigestion
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But mother Coupeau said they might, just for once in a while, risk an attack of indigestion.

But then they'd rack themselves with indigestion rather than not find out!

"Oh, a little attack of indigestion, I dare say," replied Lisa.

“Only an attack of indigestion and loss of sleep––something I often have,” he lied.

The cause of his vigilance was, simply, his late supper and an indigestion.

I have an indigestion brought on by too much Alexander Patoff.

Would he go bareheaded, and without his indigestion tablets?

"I'm afraid it's too late for attacks of indigestion from our lunch," observed Molly.

For this day, he thinks he will be free from his enemy, indigestion.

But every infant which throws up its milk is not suffering from indigestion.

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