digestion

[ dih-jes-chuh n, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF digestion

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But why rasp your nerves and spoil your digestion by so fuming over their politics?

His constitution was strong; but, somehow or other, his digestion was not as good as it might be.

He has the constitution of a rhinoceros, the digestion of an ostrich, and the concentration of an oyster.

What a digestion the man must have for the hardest kinds of humiliation!

She should have taken straight brandy to settle her digestion.

This sort of bread is sweeter, of a more innocent taste, and far easier of digestion, than bread baked the common way in ovens.

We eat before we know the nature of digestion; we think before we know the nature of reflection.

My time is more or less valuable, and my digestion is, as I told you, pretty bad.

These are all bad, of course, as they disturb the digestion and keep the blood thin.

Your Ladyship has given me fully as much for digestion as I care for.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DIGESTION

absorption

nounassimilation, incorporation
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