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dysphagia (dis-FAYJ-uh, -jee-uh) noun
Difficulty in swallowing.
[From Greek dys- (bad, difficult) + phagein (to eat).]
"So Boswell and Achilles collaborated on creating The Dysphagia Cookbook:
Tasting and Nutritious Recipes for People with Swallowing
See more usage examples of dysphagia in Vocabulary.com's dictionary.
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