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noun dys·thy·mia \dis-ˈthī-mē-ə\

Medical Definition of DYSTHYMIA

:  a mood disorder characterized by chronic mildly depressed or irritable mood often accompanied by other symptoms (as eating and sleeping disturbances, fatigue, and poor self-esteem)—called also dysthymic disorder
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