Definition of Dyspeptic. Meaning of Dyspeptic. Synonyms of Dyspeptic

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Definition of Dyspeptic

Dyspeptic
Dyspeptic Dys*pep"tic, Dyspeptical Dys*pep"tic*al, a. Pertaining to dyspepsia; having dyspepsia; as, a dyspeptic or dyspeptical symptom.
Dyspeptic
Dyspeptic Dys*pep"tic, n. A person afflicted with dyspepsia.

Meaning of Dyspeptic from wikipedia

- Dyspeptic may refer to Relating to or having dyspepsia Having or displaying a morose or melancholic temperament...
- Sandifer syndrome (or Sandifer's syndrome) is an eponymous paediatric medical disorder, characterised by gastrointestinal symptoms and ****ociated neurological...
- beverages John Milner Fothergill, Food for the Invalid: The Convalescent, the Dyspeptic, and the Gouty HB Wong (11 July 1981), "Rice water in treatment of infantile...
- Self-****ertive, unyielding, stubborn, steely, implacable, unrelenting, dyspeptic, peevish, and cranky stance; legalistic and self-righteous; discharges...
- William Henry Beecher (January 15, 1802 – June 23, 1889) was a dyspeptic minister who was called "The Unlucky" because misfortune attended all his ventures...
- opera Leo, the Royal Cadet (1889): Farewell, O fragrant pumpkin pie! Dyspeptic pork, adieu! Though to the college halls I hie. On field of battle though...
- found that several herbs, including peppermint and caraway, have anti-dyspeptic effects for non-ulcer dyspepsia with "encouraging safety profiles". A...
- The Lip: Essays, Columns, Quips, and Gripes in the Grand Tradition of Dyspeptic Sports Writing (1988) Jump! (1995) Mad As ****: How Sports Got Away From...
- scripts derived from these films) Penelope Gilliatt, "To W.C. Fields, Dyspeptic Mumbler, Who Invented His Own Way Out" from Unholy Fools: Wits, Comics...
- πεπτός (peptós), πεπτικός (peptikós), πέψις (pépsis) dipeptide, dyspepsia, dyspeptic, eupepsia, eupeptic, monopeptide, oligopeptide, pentapeptide, pepsin,...
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