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dys•pho•ri•a  (dis fôrē ə, -fōr-), 
n. [Pathol.]
  1. Pathologya state of dissatisfaction, anxiety, restlessness, or fidgeting.
Etymology:1835–45; Neo-Latin Greek dysphoría malaise, discomfort, equivalent. to dys- dys- + phor(ós) bearing + -ia -ia
dys•phor•ic  (dis fôrik, -for-), 
adj. 


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dysphoria /dɪsˈfɔːrɪə/ n
  1. a feeling of being ill at ease
Etymology: 20th Century: New Latin, from Greek dys- + -phoria, from pherein to bear



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