Definition of 'dyspeptic'
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I remembered him as being tall, slight, grey, rather wiry, perhaps in his early sixties and a bit dyspeptic. THE GWEN JOHN SCULPTURE (2002)For a dyspeptic second Patrick wonders why he is out here, at liberty, walking the streets. THE CHEEK PERFORATION DANCE (2002)A dyspeptic immigration officer of the Bundesrepublik looked as if he disliked all men, but Paul Werner not more than the rest. DISPLACED PERSON (2002)
One of the fox hunters nominated the insurance broker, which so surprised dyspeptic Jim himself that he broke the point on his pencil. THE WIDOW'S TRIAL (2002)
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