[ disp-nee-ik ]
/ dɪspˈni ɪk /
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affected by or involving difficulty in breathing: The patient’s shortness of breath has become progressively worse, and she is now dyspneic after any minor exertion.
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Rarely dysp·ne·al [disp-nee-uhl] /dɪspˈni əl/ .
Words nearby dyspneic
dysphonia, dysphoria, dysphoric, dysplasia, dyspnea, dyspneic, dyspnoea, dyspraxia, dysprosium, dysrhythmia, dyssynergia
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How to use dyspneic in a sentence
He was easily made dyspneic and had a tendency to swelling of the lower legs.Arteriosclerosis and Hypertension:|Louis Marshall Warfield