Examples of indigestion in a Sentence
The patient complained of indigestion and nausea.
I like spicy foods but they always give me indigestion.
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The most common side effects were uncontrolled movements of the body and face, muscle stiffness, vomiting, indigestion, sleepiness and restlessness.
But then this year’s cancellation may have spared everyone a bit of indigestion.
Peppermint Used for centuries as a natural astringent to combat bad breath, soothe indigestion and overcome fatigue, oil from the peppermint plant can also reduce nausea and cramping.
Anti-government protests in Jordan or Saudi Arabia would give U.S. officials indigestion.
While the predominant symptom of a heart attack for both is severe chest pain, women tend to have additional warning signs such as indigestion, shortness of breath or pain in the jaw, neck or arms.
But that morning Vargas Llosa’s expression hovered near patrician indigestion — downturned mouth, indifferent gaze.
There’s no doubt that a win that put Wright just 13 short of tying the school’s all-time record of 413 set by Al Severance was significant, and that many wins are bound to have produced some previous high levels of acid indigestion.
Signs of a heart attack include arm and chest pain, sweating and indigestion or nausea.
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INDIGESTION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of indigestion for English Language Learners
: an unpleasant feeling (such as pain or a burning sensation) in your stomach or chest that is caused by difficulty in digesting food
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