Similar words: septic, sceptical, skeptical, antiseptic, skepticism, dysphasia, dysphagia, dyspraxia. Meaning: [-ptɪk] n. a person suffering from indigestion. adj. 1. suffering from dyspepsia 2. irritable as if suffering from indigestion.
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1. We can therefore discount his dyspeptic remarks about Coleridge being an apostate.
2. Below, in the dyspeptic belly of the city, the subway platform was twenty degrees hotter still.
3. Child coating on the tongue is hoar, be dyspeptic?
4. To the body: at asthma, anaemic, burn, dermatitis, dyspeptic, the effect such as insomnia.
5. Dyspeptic Patients With Visceral Hypersensitivity : Sensitisation of Pain Specific or Multimodal Pathways?
6. This kind of undesirable lifestyle causes function of dyspeptic, airframe extremely easily to wait for disease mussily .
7. Dyspeptic travel commentators , though , have increasingly fewer reasons to kick around the globe - trotting Japanese.
8. Each of the patients examined had been referred for upper gastrointestinal endoscopy to investigate dyspeptic symptoms.
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9. The control subjects were 23 patients concurrently undergoing endoscopy for dyspeptic symptoms.
10. Can create oneself immunity system so ache of wrong, chronic fatigue, muscle, agnail, dyspeptic, constipation.
11. See the pictures , read the pictures until you get dyspeptic .
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