Webster 1913 Edition
δυσ-ill, bad, + [GREEK] discourse, fr. [GREEK] to speak.]
Unfavorable; not commendatory; – opposed to
There is no course of conduct for which
dyslogisticor eulogistic epithets may be found.
J. F. Stephen.
The paternity of
dyslogistic– no bantling, but now almost a centenarian – is adjudged to that genius of common sense, Jeremy Bentham.