heartburn By Nora Ephron What would the genre of romantic comedy be without Nora Ephron?
Just go home, take heartburn off the nightstand, and get to it.
It was hard, and he had been fired off of heartburn, so he was very upset by that.
I repeatedly read heartburn the way I repeatedly watched Clueless, because it never failed to make me smile.
Why, a single glass of beer would give me heartburn and spoil my next good meal.
"Gives me the heartburn," he said, and shook his head rather sadly.
Let who will eat plum-cake and swill hot coffee -- heartburn and other troubles are often the result of this kind of refreshment.
The usual causes of heartburn are excess in eating and drinking, the use of improper food, and sedentary habits.
Would she hand that one this bit of magnesia for his heartburn?
One has no misgivings, no heartburn, no exasperation with fate.
heartburn heart·burn (härt'bûrn')
A burning sensation, usually centered in the middle of the chest near the sternum, caused by the reflux of acidic stomach fluids that enter the lower end of the esophagus. Also called cardialgia, pyrosis.