digest[ verb dih-jest, dahy-; noun dahy-jest ]SEE DEFINITION OF digest
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIGEST
As to their clients, that is another thing; God knows they have much to digest!
Well, great masters, if you swallow me, you may not digest me.
O, worshippers of heavy incapacity, take and digest it if you can.
It cannot digest itself; it cannot of its own accord turn into bone and muscle and blood.
A pint a day was his daily ration, the only nourishment he could digest.
I can say the same of the Roman laws, contained in the Digest.
He remained for a long while watching, watching, and striving to digest the signs he beheld.
But you need also partly to dissolve the food to have it digest well.
But hunger will whet his appetite for anything that his bowels can digest.
There was a good deal to sign and a good deal to digest, and a good deal that was of no importance whatsoever.