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digested

verb as in assimilate food

verb as in come to understand

verb as in tolerate, endure

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One shudders to think of how Brazilian society would have digested a defeat in the round of 16.

These complex carbs are digested slowly, so they provide a sustained energy boost.

Young Israelis have not really digested Obama's reelection yet any more than Fox News.

Adding to the mystery is that Cormier digested the poison within 24 to 48 hours of his death.

Different types of alcohol—whether it's made in a barrel from barley or bottled from grapes—are digested in distinctive ways.

They strike a blue color with Lugol's solution when undigested; a red color, when slightly digested.

Grace digested this remark for a moment, staring at the telephone in much the same manner as Mollie had done a few minutes before.

With a mental appetite uninjured by tit-bits and dainties, she digested the strong food, and asked eagerly for more.

France has gorged Kabylia, with the rest of Algeria, but she has never digested it.

There are about twenty-five stages or forms of dextrine between raw starch and digested starch or fruit sugar.

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On this page you'll find 105 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to digested, such as: incorporate, consume, absorb, eat, take, and macerate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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