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- adj. Not absorbable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not absorbable; specifically (Physiol.), not capable of absorption; unable to pass by osmosis into the circulating blood.
The webs in my body were the unabsorbable chemicals, the residue particles strung together from the artificial sweeteners, chemicals from the butter spray, and chemicals from the Jell-O, the alcohol, and the nicotine.
Trauma, the experience of unabsorbable unpleasure, brings out both streams of motives, to minimize the hurt and to bring satisfaction instead.
The molecules of palmitic acid in formula are arranged in a way that causes some of the fat to combine with calcium in an unabsorbable “soap.”
If we were to absorb the total cost of that premium, it isn't is an unabsorbable amount for a small business.
Will not the Jews always remain the carriers of an alien culture, unabsorbable and unassimilable, despite their conversion and intermarriage?
Empire, been found a singularly unabsorbable person.
During modern era you might get a truer measure of equilibrium CO2 sensitivity because you’re not saturating the system with a sudden, unabsorbable CO2 burst.