digestible[ dih-jes-tuh-buh l, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF digestible
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIGESTIBLE
Toast is very palatable and digestible when properly prepared.
Tell her lemonade is not as palatable or digestible as buttermilk.
Many persons put lime-water into the milk to make it digestible.
It seems, furthermore, to be so digestible as to adapt it to the most delicate stomachs.
Food for an invalid must always be given in its most digestible forms.
Like caviar, the genre is digestible only by those who have acquired a taste for it.
This is a richer pudding than the foregoing, but is very light and digestible.
We may use carbohydrates for this purpose, as they are economical and digestible.
We haven't had a digestible mouthful since they came in sight.
Substances taken with the food, to season or improve its flavour, or to render it more wholesome or digestible.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DIGESTIBLE
- hardly any
- hardly enough
- not many
- not much
- not rich