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Tulliver was on horseback soon after dinner the next day (he was not dyspeptic) on his way to Basset to see his sister Moss and her husband.
Jo announced that the coffee was ready, and everyone settled themselves to a hearty meal, for youth is seldom dyspeptic, and exercise develops wholesome appetites.
Noah!" he gasped, with a face of beetroot, while Lord John and I smiled in sympathy and Summerlee, like a dyspeptic goat, wagged his head in sardonic disagreement.
"Well, Fan is rather under the weather; says she 's dyspeptic, which means cross."
Skeptics, along with their first cousins, dyspeptics, regularly confront pacifists with the question: where has nonviolence ever worked?