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- n. Plural form of dyspepsy.
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Again, in the silent night-watches, did sage Mentor become vocal, going over afresh the story of the Nervous and the Mucous, classifying their victims, generalizing laws, discriminating the various dyspepsies of the nations, and summing up at last the inestimable benefits conferred by our modern dyspepsy on the character, the literature, and the life of this nineteenth century.
But there's no two men alike, so there's no two dyspepsies alike.
"Society is the meeting of a gang of incurables, who come together to talk over their dyspepsies.