- s not thought over and arranged systematically in the mind; not absorbed or assimilated mentally
an undigested mass of facts gathered at random
- s not digested
- The victim may then belch up a little of this undigested food or its juices, and be concerned by the sharp taste of his "sour stomach.
- Nor a scholar, for the world of 1950 was surfeited with undigested facts, and sought its salvation not in the conquest of new knowledge but in what it could relearn from old old .
- Promptly recognized as the arm of a locally popular barfly named James Smith who had disappeared two weeks before, the undigested arm put Australian sleuths on their mettle.
- Leon Trotsky in Monthly Review
In 1933, Trotsky described the rise of fascism as "capitalist society . . . puking up undigested barbarism" (What Is National Socialism?).
- Gerald Grinstein in New York Times
Noting that US Airways has not yet fully integrated America West Airlines after their merger a year ago, Mr. Grinstein said in an interview, "They basically have an undigested meal and they're trying to eat another one."
- Gilbert and George in San Francisco Chronicle
And they go in the dustbin,Gilbert said. "We want to see the world undigested in front of us. ...... We want to be totally naked in front of the world."