indigested definition

  • adjective:
    • Not digested; undigested: indigested meals.
    • Archaic maybe not very carefully thought over or considered.
    • Archaic Formless or shapeless.
    • Not absorbed; undigested
    • maybe not settled; not on a regular basis disposed and organized; maybe not methodical; crude.
    • maybe not in a situation suitable for recovery; said of injuries.
    • Not ripened or suppurated; said of an abscess or its contents.
    • Not softened by heat, hot-water, or vapor.
    • Not digested; undigested.
    • Not dealt with; perhaps not frequently disposed and arranged; not methodical; crude.
    • Not in a situation suitable for recovery; -- stated of injuries.
    • maybe not ripened or suppurated; -- said of an abscess or its items.
    • Not softened by temperature, hot-water, or vapor.
  • others:
    • Not absorbed within the tummy; not altered or prepared for nourishing the body; undigested; crude.
    • maybe not regularly disposed or arranged; maybe not paid off to form and method; psychologically crude: as, an indigested scheme.
    • In pharmacy, not digested; perhaps not prepared or softened with the aid of heat, as substances.
    • In medicine, perhaps not advanced level to suppuration: as, an indigested injury.

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