indigestible

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indigestible

[in′dijes′təbəl]
Etymology: L, in, not, digerere, to separate
pertaining to a food substance that cannot be broken down within the digestive tract and converted into an absorbable nutrient.

indigestible

(ĭn″dĭ-jĕs′tĭ-bl) [L. in-, not, + digerere, to separate]
Not digestible.
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Presumably the lists are cumulative, which would provide at the end of the book an astonishing and indigestibly long list of "The Characteristics of the Japanese People.
An attempt to cook steak was a disaster when the giant slab shrunk to a square inch in a too- hot oven, and I ALWAYS mis-time boiled eggs so they're either disgustingly runny or indigestibly brick- hard.
Business users, in turn, often get technology in indigestibly large chunks, which, because investment is not sustained, start to become outdated almost as soon as they are finally understood by those who work with them.