Dyspeptic GRE Vocabulary Flashcard
/dɪsˈpeptɪk/ (adj & noun)
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Adjective: morose, acerbic, melancholy, bad-tempered, irascible, impatient, irritable, sour, fiery, solemn, volatile, gloomy, easily angered, ill-tempered – suffering from indigestion
Noun: a dyspeptic person
Feeling very angry and frustrated all the time, or being around someone who is always angry, is exhausting and stressful. Find out about common causes of ongoing anger and how to tell when it’s becoming a problem, and learn what you can do about it.
Anger usually occurs when there’s something going on in life that makes you feel upset, frustrated, hurt or bored. Sometimes anger is an immediate response to a specific event, while at other times it builds up over time. Whatever the reason, feeling angry or seeing someone else become angry should alert you that something isn’t right.
When you hold on to your anger, you prevent yourself from feeling happy or positive, because your negative feelings block out everything else. If you don’t deal with your anger in a positive way, then over time it will just build up and become your primary emotion. Read our guide on dealing with anger for some tools and tips that will ensure you have healthy outlets for processing your negative feelings.
relaxed, tranquil, imperturbable, calm, serene
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