indigestible

[ in-di-jes-tuh-buh l, -dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF indigestible
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The surface is, however, as indigestible as that of broiled meat.

This beef is not indigestible, and here is a real Marylander, in the way of a ham.

Two or three good dishes of their kind, and well cooked, are infinitely preferable to a whole course of indigestible compositions.

You must know what meat is indigestible, and what sauces are wholesome.

"Perry" was a kind of indigestible drink made from pear-juice.

It may be indigestible, though I never believe it with things I like.

To cook ham too much is to make it tough, hard, dry, and indigestible.

The stomach is liable to be overloaded with indigestible feed.

“I should think it indigestible,” said Christian, coming up at the moment.

“Which is usually heavy and indigestible, I fear,” he declared.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., from in- (1) "not, opposite of" + digestible; or else from Late Latin indigestibilis. Related: Indigestibility.

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