indigested


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indigested

(ĭn′dĭ-jĕs′tĭd, -dī-)
adj.
Not digested; undigested: indigested food.
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The diagnosis he and his enemies share is that the matter of which he was made failed to fully receive its form: he is a 'foul indigested lump.
At the forefront of major social changes, of the import and diffusion of Western values, the journalist (and the mass-media institution) had to reinvent his professional identity without having the time for discernment, often relying on a rapid imitation, on indigested and unpracticed systems.
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High doses of vitamin C can destroy substantial amount of vitamin B12 when indigested with food.
Meantime, Larijani blasted certain US officials' remarks that all options are on the table against Iran, and said, "We believe that such a behavior is not constructive and the Americans have inflicted much damage on themselves and the region with such remarks and these comments are indigested.