Indigestion, n. A disease which the patient and his friends frequently mistake for deep religious conviction and concern for the salvation of mankind.
Pie, n. An advance agent of the reaper whose name is Indigestion.
Indigestion is – that inward fate which makes all Styx through one small liver flow.
The museum is not meant either for the wanderer to see by accident or for the pilgrim to see with awe. It is meant for the mere slave of a routine of self-education to stuff himself with every sort of incongruous intellectual food in one indigestible meal.
I feel a very unusual sensation – if it’s not indigestion, I think it must be gratitude.
Don’t tell your friends about your indigestion. “How are you.” is a greeting, not a question.
Indigestion is charged by God with enforcing morality on the stomach.
The half-baked sermon causes spiritual indigestion.
Ingrate, n.: A man who bites the hand that feeds him, and then complains of indigestion.