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Synonyms for digest

Synonyms for digest

to take in and incorporate, especially mentally

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a periodical that summarizes the news

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something that is compiled (as into a single book or file)

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convert food into absorbable substances

arrange and integrate in the mind

become assimilated into the body

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systematize, as by classifying and summarizing

soften or disintegrate, as by undergoing exposure to heat or moisture

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soften or disintegrate by means of chemical action, heat, or moisture

References in classic literature ?
It was only too plain to Elizabeth that he was a man who liked to digest one idea slowly before going on to absorb the next.
There, the glob gets mixed and churned with juices containing more enzymes and hydrochloric acid (acid that digests protein and kills bacteria).
But your body doesn't contain the enzymes to digest everything you eat, including oligosaccharides--a group of sugars found in some plant fibers, like beans for example.
The highest degree of data integrity verification is achieved with both header and data digests invoked.
It digests information from more than 100 sources into originally written, clear, concise, objective and authoritative coverage of everything of importance in world news, from government to science to sports.
The Lottery Players Digests are individually created and customized for each state, and are available free to state lottery players.
com/reports/c45627) has announced the addition of "OzScientific[R] Weekly Digest :Market Intelligence and Innovations in Functional foods, Nutraceuticals & Bioactive Ingredients" to their offering.
D'Amato also grows butterworts, which secrete a sticky substance that acts like flypaper, gluing its victims in place as enzymes (proteins that aid body functions) digest the insect's soft tissues.