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- adj. Not digested
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not digested, in any sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not digested
- adj. not thought over and arranged systematically in the mind; not absorbed or assimilated mentally
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The food that is not digested in the stomach and small intestine moves to the large intestine for breakdown; this includes carbohydrates such as undigested fibre from fruits and veggies or lactose after eating dairy products.
And, Kopi Luwak coffee, undigested coffee beans picked out of monkey stool, the Asian palm civet.
I came across a copy of this not long ago and was astonished to find how bad it is, mostly undigested chunks of history about the
It continually regurgitates the undigested, unreleased inner waste that we have not recognized as useless and fraudulent.
As a result, although its self-marketing subtly sells a kind of sleek, mid-last-century Concorde-flying sangfroid, The Economist has reached its current level of influence and importance because it is, in every sense of the word, a true global digest for an age when the amount of undigested, undigestible information online continues to metastasize.
Frenchman's Valley in Grasslands National Park reveals extensive prehistoric details of the fearsome Tyrannosaurus-rex like its half-a-gallon sample of intact dung with the undigested head of its Triceratops prey.
My guy loves rawhide bones, but they inevitably cause him to "strain at the stool" as undigested pieces struggle to emerge!
Mr. Shih estimates that undigested obligations in the asset-management companies that took on the banks' nonperforming loans add $228 billion to the government's contingent liabilities.
The Economist has reached its current level of influence and importance because it is, in every sense of the word, a true global digest for an age when the amount of undigested, undigestible information online continues to metastasize.
Dr Okello, from the university's School of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, said: What was really exciting about this study was that we found when green tea is digested by enzymes in the gut, the resulting chemicals are actually more effective against key triggers of Alzheimer's development than the undigested form of the tea.