dyspepsia

Part of speech: noun

Difficult and painful digestion, generally chronic.

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Usage examples "dyspepsia":

  1. " If he lives on six hundred, nothing could give him the dyspepsia save his own sermons, I imagine," said De Forrest. - "From Jest to Earnest", E. P. Roe.
  2. The various remedies for dyspepsia were all tried in my case without the least benefit. - "An Essay on the Influence of Tobacco upon Life and Health", R. D. Mussey.
  3. But dyspepsia, with nothing to eat except beans and pork bosom, will probably lay me in my grave long before the fifteenth. - "The Iron Trail", Rex Beach.