On the problem of Death, except in masquerade of robes and wings, his eupeptic temperament never allowed him to dwell.
For all his simple diet he is not so eupeptic as Chesterton.
Every chance-comer was instantaneously gauged as dyspeptic or eupeptic, friend or foe.
He tells me the right way to plant potatoes and prune apple-trees, and our communion is blest with eupeptic content.
I did not sleep much, for I was strung too high with expectation, and I envied Blenkiron his now eupeptic slumbers.
Vanquished at last, I went over to visit the eupeptic voyagers.
eupeptic eu·pep·tic (yōō-pěp'tĭk)
Digesting well; having a good digestion.
Conducive to digestion.
eupepsia eu·pep·si·a (yōō-pěp'sē-ə, -shə)