Mammoths have been discovered frozen in the ice with half-digested tropical plants in their stomach.
All half-digested food should be removed from snakes and animals.
Even their half-digested remains have been preserved in fossil.
Our dinner consisted of boiled deer ribs, sticks of frozen marrow, and half-digested moss, taken from the stomach of the deer.
Not his own: just half-digested ideas, and he probably finds it pretty difficult to listen to them at all.
In "Absalom's Hair" we have no mere agglomeration of half-digested scientific data, but a scientific view of life.
The contents of the stomach had the appearance of a lump of fat, and consisted of half-digested muscle.
The stringy black beard of the younger one, Philip, was clotted with bits of half-digested food.
When opened, the remains of a half-digested echidna were found in its stomach.
She conducts them to the water, and in the slimy mud she disgorges her half-digested food for their nourishment.
"assimilate food in bowels," late 14c., from Latin digestus (see digest (n.)). Related: Digested; digesting.
digest di·gest (dī-jěst', dĭ-)
v. di·gest·ed, di·gest·ing, di·gests
To convert food into simpler chemical compounds that can be absorbed and assimilated by the body, as by chemical and muscular action in the alimentary canal.
To soften or disintegrate by means of chemical action, heat, or moisture.