indigestion indigestion  /ˌɪn daɪ ˈdʒɛs tʃən/

Definition(s):

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

Usage(s):

  1. The answer was clear, unequivocal and a great relief to restless Republicans who had endured a week of indigestion on the issue.
  2. Whether by destiny or chance, Delvoye's controversial art seems perfectly aligned with Europe's current indigestion over what it ingests.
  3. Deciding what to pay can give some diners indigestion.

News

  1. Bond God Jeff Gundlach Made A Big Call On The 10-Year On Wednesday, And It Came Wrong By The End Of The Week

    Earlier this week, bond god Jeff Gundlach made a big call on the 10-year. It seems that everything gets indigestion when bond yields get above 2.20. If bond yields fall, I think its initially positive for stocks….
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Business Insider

  2. Police: Suspicious package was a cooler

    A suspicious package caused a brief scare at Collins Road Square about midday on Wednesday. As it turns out, the only threat was a little indigestion.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: The Gazette

Quotes

  1. "In '73 and '74, we had this stagflation situation, and we really had a meltdown in equity prices," Buffett said. "We are seeing more fixed-income type forced liquidations. We are seeing more indigestion at banks with a lot of loans they...
    on Mar 3, 2008 By: Warren Buffett Source: Boston Globe (registration)

  2. "I feel really stupid saying this. I ate too much, and it caused a little indigestion," Wie said.
    on Jun 9, 2005 By: Michelle Wie Source: USA Today

  3. "If the haters who said I wasn't a real journalist, are still lurking," Wolf wrote on his blog, "I hope you don't have too much indigestion after eating your words.' "
    on Aug 19, 2008 By: Josh Wolf Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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