Origin of indigestible
Related formsin·di·gest·i·bil·i·ty, in·di·gest·i·ble·ness, nounin·di·gest·i·bly, adverb
Examples from the Web for indigestible
An adult would have to eat about eight castor beans—after first removing the indigestible skin—to die.
Can you imagine Blair, or even Obama, saying something quite so indigestible (as distinct, of course, from unpalatable)?
The ordinary boiled cabbage is an indigestible "windy" vegetable, and should never be eaten.Food Remedies|Florence Daniel
Leave off the flour or meal, and by the time the meat is cooked it will be dry and hard as pine bark and as indigestible.The Wild Turkey and Its Hunting|Edward A. McIlhenny
Some were nearly intact, while others were fragmentary and represented by only a few of the more durable and indigestible parts.
Some of its most common causes—over-eating and the eating of indigestible food—are especially vices of men.
He is a whole-hogger even to the most indigestible bit of crackling.