verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- a systematic abstract of some body of law.
- the Digest, a collection in fifty books of excerpts, especially from the writings of the Classical Roman jurists, compiled by order of Justinian in the 6th century a.d.; the Pandects.
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Example sentences from the Web for undigested
She was branded a druggie who fell asleep behind the wheel with an undigested quaalude in her stomach.Edward Snowden’s Whistleblowing Saga Mirrors the Karen Silkwood Case|Richard Rashke|July 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Crude, undigested knowledge, without limit and without reserve.Sex-education|Maurice Alpheus Bigelow
That crude and undigested fancy you appear to have been compelled to relinquish.
Diagnosis: foul, undigested material, due to a chronic inflammation of the lower intestinal tract.Intestinal Ills|Alcinous Burton Jamison
The Old World is deeply covered with a kind of human leaf-mould, while the New is for the most part yet raw, undigested hard-pan.Fresh Fields|John Burroughs
What he knows is undigested and chaotic, while his appearance makes you expect more of him than he can give—hence disappointment.Worldly Ways and Byways|Eliot Gregory