digestible digestible  /daɪ ˈdʒɛ stə bəl/


  • (adj) capable of being converted into assimilable condition in the alimentary canal

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  1. It was 1976 and they had expected the usual, easily digestible broadcast.
  2. Also, they instruct teachers to break up complicated instructions into digestible bits so that kids prone to ADHD learn they can concentrate.
  3. We have a constant stream of any information we choose, in an instantly digestible form.


  • Three square "meals" at the Haggerty

    At the Haggerty Museum of Art on the Marquette University campus, which runs a number of shows concurrently, the exhibitions are digestible and varied. You can get your arms around them and really focus and imbibe. At the moment, there are four shows on view, three of which opened together last week and all of which close on July 28.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: OnMilwaukee.com


  1. But in the digital booklet to 45:33, Murphy says the for-hire job "appealed to me because it was so anathematic to what you're typically asked to do as an artist: make easily digestible lumps of music."
    on Mar 15, 2007 By: James Murphy Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

  2. "I remain especially concerned that, in the Treasury's zeal to make the capital-injection program easily digestible for the banks, we're feeding them a little too much dessert and not making them eat enough of their vegetables," said Sen....
    on Oct 26, 2008 By: Charles Schumer Source: Wall Street Journal

  3. "CNN's global reach is such a powerful tool for understanding a world that is growing ever more interconnected," Zakaria said. "For one hour a week we'll shrink the planet down to a digestible size and get to know the most important people...
    on Nov 7, 2007 By: Fareed Zakaria Source: Earthtimes

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