dyspeptic


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dys·pep·tic

(dis-pep'tik),
Relating to or suffering from dyspepsia.

dyspeptic

(dĭs-pĕp′tĭk)
adj.
1. Relating to or having dyspepsia.
2. Of or displaying a morose or irritable disposition.
n.
A person who is affected by dyspepsia.

dys·pep′ti·cal·ly adv.

dys·pep·tic

(dis-pep'tik)
Relating to or having dyspepsia.

dyspeptic

(dĭs-pĕp′tĭk)
1. Affected with or pert. to dyspepsia.
2. One afflicted with dyspepsia.
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