Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Greek, late 17th century
Relating to or having good digestion or a consequent air of healthy good spirits.
Examples of Eupeptic in a sentence
"This eupeptic tea will help your stomach settle."
"The party left everyone in a eupeptic state."
Popularity Over Time
Something that is eupeptic is healthy or conducive to one's health and well-being — in other words, medicinal in nature.
Did you Know?
Does eupeptic sounds familiar? It's because it shares the same roots with the word pepsin, a substance that helps digestion. That's also where Pepto Bismol, a stomach-soothing medication, gets its name.