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indigested

[in-di-jes-tid, -dahy-]
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adjective
  1. without arrangement or order.
  2. unformed or shapeless.
  3. not digested; undigested.
  4. not duly considered.

Origin of indigested

First recorded in 1585–95; in-3 + digest + -ed2
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Examples from the Web for indigested

Historical Examples

  • A thousand vague fears, wild expectations, and indigested schemes, hurry through one's thoughts in seasons of doubt and of danger.

    Red Gauntlet

    Sir Walter Scott

  • But he is more incorrect, indigested, and redundant: and if Spenser has too much learning, Shakespeare has too much conceit.

  • But the measures, though prompt, ought not to be rash and indigested.


British Dictionary definitions for indigested

indigested

adjective
  1. archaic undigested
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indigested in Medicine

indigested

([object Object])
adj.
  1. Not digested; being undigested.
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