upset stomach

NOUN
  1. a disorder of digestive function characterized by discomfort or heartburn or nausea
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How To Use upset stomach In A Sentence

  • I've been off work with an upset stomach.
  • Peasants living near the crater said they had smelled a sulphureous odour for at least an hour after the meteorite struck and that it had provoked upset stomachs and headaches.
  • I felt lousy last night (stomach trouble) and woke up this morning with a head and backache, crampy and an upset stomach.
  • Peasants living near the crater said they had smelled a sulphureous odour for at least an hour after the meteorite struck and that it had provoked upset stomachs and headaches.
  • Larry is suffering from an upset stomach.
  • Henman, suffering from an upset stomach and receiving smelling salts from the trainer, pulled out a 7-6 (7-5), 6-7 (2-7), 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 win over Switzerland's USATODAY.com - Venus, Serena, Hewitt breeze into quarterfinals
  • Well over half of the expedition were evacuated with insect bites and upset stomachs during the four months it took to get the vehicles through.
  • The same goes for greasy foods, which can be difficult to digest and can cause upset stomach and heartburn.
  • Travellers' tales of upset stomachs are all too common in this part of the world for those foolish enough to risk salads or the local water.
  • He had an upset stomach.
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