Definition of Eupepsy

1. eupepsia [n -SIES] - See also: eupepsia



Medical Definition of Eupepsy

1. Soundness of the nutritive or digestive organs; good concoction or digestion; opposed to dyspepsia. Origin: NL. Eupepsia, Fr. Gr, fr. Easy of digestion; well + to cook, digest. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eupepsy

eupads
eupancreatism
euparal
eupathies
eupathy
eupatorin eupatorine
eupatorium
eupatoriums
eupatrid
eupatridae
eupatrids
eupaverin
eupepsia
eupepsias
eupepsies
eupepsy (current term)
eupeptic
eupeptide
eupeptide bond
eupeptides
euphane
euphausid
euphausids
euphausiid
euphausiids
euphemise
euphemised
euphemises
euphemising
euphemism

Literary usage of Eupepsy

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1. The Various Writings of Cornelius Mathews by Cornelius Mathews (1863)
"Sustained by eupepsy AS WELL as the grace of God ! This is good ; it is admirable ; a flight not ... eupepsy is the good principle, the evil one is a mighty ..."

2. Word-analysis: A Graded Class-book of English Derivative Words, with by William Swinton (1879)
"eupepsy : pepsy, from pepsis, digestion=good digestion. EXERCISE. (1. ... What is the word denoting the opposite of eupepsy ? ..."

3. The Music of Spain by Carl Van Vechten (1918)
"... decoration will find them in almost as virgin a condition as they were in the time of Lincoln. A few rude assaults have been made on this smug eupepsy. ..."

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