Definitions

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  • n. The degree to which something is digestible.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The quality of being digestible.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The character or quality of being digestible.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the property of being easy to digest

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Examples

  • Whether or not the cooking of eggs has any effect on their digestibility is a matter that has also been investigated.

    Woman's Institute Library of Cookery Volume 2: Milk, Butter and Cheese; Eggs; Vegetables

  • This simple theory ignored the characteristic powers of assimilation of the tree in question and the "digestibility" of the soil constituents.

    Cocoa and Chocolate Their History from Plantation to Consumer

  • -- The term "digestibility," as applied to foods, is used in two ways: (1) meaning the thoroughness of the process, or the completeness with which the nutrients of the food are absorbed and used by the body, and (2) meaning the ease or comfort with which digestion is accomplished.

    Human Foods and Their Nutritive Value

  • The most careful study and analysis have shown that almost every known food has some peculiar advantage, such as digestibility, or cheapness, or pleasant taste as flavoring for other more nutritious, but less interesting, foods.

    A Handbook of Health

  •  During  Use group settings when learning with others adds value exchange - multiple perspectives - interaction - demonstration - practice  Ensure "digestibility"  After 

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  • Flaxseed is recommended for dieters because it decreases the digestibility and absorption of fat.

    The Flex Diet

  • I personally like to take the Optimal Health System formula due to its digestibility and high antioxidant value.

    Body by Design

  • Brown midrib corn (BMR) is lower in lignin content (about half of normal corn silage), and 6 to 8 percentage units higher in total plant digestibility.

    “Going Up the Corn Crib” | clusterflock

  • BTW, the overnight soaking method works a lot better than the quick soak for digestibility, especially when you add a tablespoon or two of something acidic like lemon juice or apple cider vinegar.

    Austin and basic black beans | Homesick Texan

  • There are suggestions it always had a spivvy capitalist side: in Vineland "Prairie worked at the Bodhi Dharma Pizza Temple ... twelve-grain crust with the lightness and digestibility of a manhole cover."

    Rereading: Vineland by Thomas Pynchon

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