dyspeptic (dĭs-PĔP-tĭk)


Definition (Adjective) Showing depression of spirits like that of a person suffering from dyspepsia; morbidly despondent or gloomy. In Context "He always wore a dyspeptic and anguished look, as if he was not really enjoying himself." Anthony Slide, Silent Players: A Biographical and Autobiographical Study of 100 Silent Film Actors and Actresses, 2002.