Derived Formsdyspnoeal, dyspnoeic, US dyspneal or dyspneic, adjective
Word Origin for dyspnoea
Examples from the Web for dyspnoea
The respiration is hurried on the slightest exertion, and dyspnoea is produced by any prolonged muscular effort.
Dyspnoea and haemoptysis occasionally occur, but are by no means the rule.
When the dyspnoea is alarming, emetics, and the general warm bath should be brought into requisition.
His attacks of dyspnoea were horrible, threatening immediate dissolution.Christopher Carson|John S. C. Abbott
Where the pulmonary catarrh is excessive and dyspnoea great the lips become bluish.