- pertaining to, subject to, or suffering from dyspepsia.
- gloomy, pessimistic, and irritable.
- a person subject to or suffering from dyspepsia.
Origin of dyspeptic
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Examples from the Web for dyspeptic
Earth to Debbie Wasserman Schultz and the DNC: dyspeptic dad still votes.Earth to DNC: Dyspeptic Dad Still Votes, Too
November 11, 2014
Perhaps the threat of legal action has also played a role in curbing the horde of dyspeptic deviants.‘The Fappening’ Is Dead: From A-List Hacking Victims to D-Listers Accused of Leaking Nudes For PR
October 18, 2014
In every midterm with a dyspeptic electorate, their anger has been aimed in one direction.The Coming Democratic Midterm Collapse
August 2, 2014
This has made some social conservatives rather, um, dyspeptic.Sympathy for the Devils: Scenes From the Social Conservative Collapse
June 21, 2014
Turns out South African–born MC Jean Grae gives miscarriage a brief mention in the dyspeptic relationship song “Love.”Before Blue Ivy, Beyoncé Had a Miscarriage, Jay-Z Reveals in ‘Glory’
January 10, 2012
He was now an intelligent man of sixteen, but dyspeptic and difficile.Howards End
E. M. Forster
Is No. 48 to be deprived of the 'Hat-catcher's Daughter' because 47 is dyspeptic?
He was dyspeptic and suffered from gnawing hunger in the morning.Some Reminiscences
He was dyspeptic, and suffered from gnawing hunger in the morning.A Personal Record
He had raised a large family and there was not a dyspeptic in the lot—not even a banter.In a Little Town
- relating to or suffering from dyspepsia
- a person suffering from dyspepsia
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Word Origin and History for dyspeptic
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