digested[ verb dih-jest, dahy-; noun dahy-jest ]SEE DEFINITION OF digested
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIGESTED
Why, he couldn't have digested his food, if he had eaten standing.
Each knew what the other ate, and even watched to see how she digested it.
Fried and broiled meats are difficult to be digested, though they are very nourishing: weak stomachs had better avoid them.
There was silence for a moment while they digested the wisdom of the suggestion.
Jeter and Eyer stared at each other when the cable had been read and digested.
He digested this in a flash, and comprehended the situation.
Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested.
All passions that suffer themselves to be relished and digested are but moderate.
The doctor and Walker digested the information he had given them.
His mind was keenly alert, however, and digested every word she uttered.