View definitions for ingest
For example, Goldfinger said an 11-year-old texted the firm about ingesting a bottle of her mom’s prescription drugs out of despair.
Twitter’s data platform ingests trillions of events, processes hundreds of petabytes of data and runs tens of thousands of jobs on over a dozen clusters daily.
They encountered 41-year-old Daniel Prude, who was naked and suffering from a mental health episode after ingesting PCP.
If you prefer to try ingesting it as a supplement, be sure to consult your doctor before you do so.
So we worked pretty hard to update our internal technology to be able to ingest the data, and therefore make data-driven decisions off of the margin.
Cholera and typhoid fever are transmitted when I ingest contaminated food or drink.
As I fretted over whether it was safe for her ingest the body paint, she extolled its benefits.
The next day, the enforcer made the girl “to ingest pills designed to induce spontaneous abortion.”
So if you do get snake bite or ingest poison, the Bible says you should go see your priest.
Paul also begins his book tour, planning a schedule with what drugs he will ingest “before twenty-two of his twenty-five events.”
They are able to migrate readily from place to place and to ingest small bodies, as bacteria.
"Almost us ingest too many last dark," Geck gave what Hanlon knew was a shamefaced laugh.
The skink of course lacks the ophidian capacity to ingest relatively enormous objects.
On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ingest, such as: absorb, consume, devour, drink, eat, and inhale.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.