Origin of chyme
Related formschy·mous, adjective
Examples from the Web for chyme
Chyme, kīm, n. the pulp to which the food is reduced in the stomach.
The bile and pancreatic fluid are conveyed into the duodenum, and mixed with the chyme.
The chyle was formed out of chyme, changed by the action of the pancreatic and biliary secretions.
The outflow of bile is excited by the contact of the chyme with the orifice of the bile-duct.
Chyme is food, chemically altered by the action of the gastric juice.