She was branded a druggie who fell asleep behind the wheel with an undigested quaalude in her stomach.
There was no food in the stomach or small intestines, but a portion of raw, undigested cabbage.
A little, well apprehended, is better than a mass of undigested facts.
The microscope in many cases can alone decide the amount of undigested vegetable matter.
In jumping about, the undigested stones were heard rattling in his stomach.
It comes on an hour or two after meals, and is due to the irritation of undigested food in the stomach.
In less than four minutes, all this undigested mass was consumed.
When it is fed on the latter, in the excreta will be found numerous fragments, sometimes very bulky, of undigested caseine.
You may be an undigested bit of beef—a fragment of an underdone potato.
We have an undigested mass of quotations, dropping without order from him.
"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.