indigestible indigestible

Definition(s):

  • (adj) digested with difficulty

Derived Word(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Millions of mankind are starved for protein in the midst of plenty; protein exists in grass, leaves, and even weeds, but in a form indigestible to human stomachs.
  2. Business Books Web icon Seth Godin loves to chide big outfits for their indigestible online marketing.
  3. Millions of mankind are starved for protein in the midst of plenty; protein exists in grass, leaves, and even weeds, but in a form indigestible to human stomachs.

News

  • You Are What You Eat: High-fiber bran recipes to get you going

    By Katy Wilkens, MS, RD Most of us need more fiber in our diets, but getting it can be tricky. A good goal for most of us is 25 grams a day. Wheat bran is a great source of indigestible fiber, and it is really inexpensive. Its nutty flavor in breakfast bars or muffins can help you kick start the day. Bran waffles make a tasty weekend breakfast. The following recipes incorporate oats too, a great ...
    on December 12, 2013     Source: Ballard News-Tribune

Quotes

  1. "At the end of the day what the rest of the world is asking of the US is not indigestible," Mandelson said. "It amounts to a real terms cut of a few billion dollars in trade-distorting farm subsidy payments to farmers who are not near the...
    on Nov 18, 2006 By: Peter Mandelson Source: Reuters South Africa

  2. "The PS at this time has a big ally, which is the devastating mediocrity of the opposition, particularly the indigestible record of Berisha," says Edi Rama, the mayor of Tirana and a senior member of the party.
    on Jun 2, 2005 By: Edi Rama Source: Transitions Online

  3. "It's embarrassing and very hard to take," Holik said. "I say that because we played my old team, but performances like that are indigestible to me."
    on Feb 21, 2004 By: Bobby Holik Source: USA Today

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