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Examples from the Web for inedibility
Their inedibility, which they owe to a more or less coriaceous epidermis and an armature of strong sharp spines (Fig. 6).
In some instances the inedibility of the larvae extends to the perfect insect, but not in others.
British Dictionary definitions for inedibility
Derived Formsinedibility, noun
- not fit to be eaten; uneatable
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Word Origin and History for inedibility
"unfit to eat," 1822, from in- (1) "not, opposite of" + edible. Related: Inedibly; inedibility.
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