But he is more incorrect, indigested, and redundant: and if Spenser has too much learning, Shakespeare has too much conceit.
A thousand vague fears, wild expectations, and indigested schemes, hurry through one's thoughts in seasons of doubt and of danger.
But the measures, though prompt, ought not to be rash and indigested.
indigested in·di·gest·ed (ĭn'dĭ-jěs'tĭd, -dī-)
Not digested; being undigested.