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dysphoria

noun dys·pho·ria \dis-ˈfr-ē-ə\

Definition of DYSPHORIA

:  a state of feeling unwell or unhappy
dys·phor·ic \-ˈfr-ik, -ˈfär-\ adjective

Origin of DYSPHORIA

New Latin, from Greek, from dysphoros hard to bear, from dys- + pherein to bear — more at bear
First Known Use: circa 1842

dysphoria

noun dys·pho·ria \dis-ˈfōr-ē-ə, -ˈfr-\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of DYSPHORIA

:  a state of feeling unwell or unhappy—compare euphoria
dys·phor·ic \-ˈfr-ik, -ˈfȧr-\ adjective

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