from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The operation of the digestive, absorptive, and circulatory processes concerned in the formation and absorption of chyle from food. Also called
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- noun (Physiol.) The formation of chyle. See
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- noun The production of
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It acts upon the bile, augments digestion, and strengthens chylification.
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Physiologists have hence sometimes called the former part of the process, or chymification, by the more simple term _stomach digestion_; and the latter, or chylification, has been termed
This derangement in chylification increased his gout, his stomach became paralytic, and he died at the age of fifty-eight. "