Origin of digestible
Examples from the Web for digestible
Contemporary Examples of digestible
This edition is definitely a digestible and informative dip into our past.Jared Diamond Talks About His New Book for Young Readers
April 12, 2014
Whistle, available now, offers an easy and digestible way for owners to get the most relevant info on your dog's activities.Fitness Gadgets … for Your Dog
February 18, 2014
Breaking my fear into smaller, digestible portions by doing a little research each day made the whole situation more palatable.Six Things I Learned From Breast Cancer
October 7, 2012
Historical Examples of digestible
To cook the meat without densely coagulating the protein of the muscle juice, so as to keep it digestible.Ontario Teachers' Manuals: Household Management
Ministry of Education
The fats are the least digestible foods, but they produce the greatest number of calories.Montessori Elementary Materials
Became better after eating ——'s Digestible Plum Puddings, sold in tin canisters at 1s.
Hence the patient should live on generous but digestible food, partaking of meat twice a day.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II
Mussels, again, are moderately nutritious, and are digestible and diuretic.
late 14c., from Old French digestible, from Latin digestibilis, from past participle stem of digerere (see digest (n.)).