dyspeptic

Part of speech: noun

A dyspeptic person.

Part of speech: adjective

Relating to, of the nature of, or suffering from dyspepsia; tending to produce dyspepsia. dyspeptical.

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Usage examples "dyspeptic":

  1. O wisdom that could shape immortal words And frame a diet for dyspeptic man! - "Poems", Edward Shanks.
  2. The teacher was thus made bilious, dyspeptic and so ugly, that he tried to get even with his carnivorous tormentors by making it " as hot" as possible for their offspring. - "The Gentleman from Everywhere", James Henry Foss.
  3. They was a stoop shouldered, dyspeptic lookin' lot. - "Torchy", Sewell Ford.