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A little later, back up come the scales and other indigestible fishy bits, vomited neatly as millimeter-sized pellets.

These indigestible carbohydrates absorb and hold water, lending oatmeal its smooth and thick consistency, and help lower cholesterol, McGee says.

An adult would have to eat about eight castor beans—after first removing the indigestible skin—to die.

Can you imagine Blair, or even Obama, saying something quite so indigestible (as distinct, of course, from unpalatable)?

The indigestible parts are afterwards cast up in pellets in the same manner as with Hawks.

That's too weird, too indigestible—don't start hiccuping again.

A small crustacean very much resembling the lobster, but less indigestible.

Raisins with nuts will delight any child and if given with moderation will not prove indigestible.

If they are not prepared in an indigestible way, they are comparatively easy to digest.

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On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to indigestible, such as: disagreeing, green, hard, malodorous, moldy, and poisonous.

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

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