dyspepsia dyspepsia


  • (n) a disorder of digestive function characterized by discomfort or heartburn or nausea


  1. Cardinal Mercier had persistent dyspepsia.
  2. In normal times, a French President's call for an overhaul of the world's financial system would cause eye-rolling and dyspepsia among the world's free market purists.
  3. But elections are or should be the antacids to this kind of dyspepsia.


  • Column: Why higher interest rates are bullish for U.S. home sales

    By John Wasik CHICAGO (Reuters) - If you're weary of watching the stock and bond market get dyspepsia over the Federal Reserve's possible pullback of its easy money policy, turn your gaze to the U.S. home market. Rising interest rates could be a catalyst to boost sales and prices. In January, the average 30-year mortgage rate, as tracked by Freddie Mac, was 3.34 percent. In the most recent ...
    on July 2, 2013     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! News


  • "It was a menu eclectic enough to give the strongest stomach dyspepsia," said Alexis Petridis of the Guardian.
    on Jul 1, 2007 By: Alexis Petridis Source: Reuters UK

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