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Synonyms for digest

Synonyms for digest

to take in and incorporate, especially mentally

Synonyms for digest

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

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Take an annual subscription to Wealth and Investment Research Digest for $1000and you will also receive Financial Services Digest each month.
Reader's Digest provided no comment to the Wall Street Journal and Reuters.
Natural law applies to human beings alone and that which is named law of nations often is called natural law by Justinian's Digest (that is, 1.
Digestive enzymes digest food in the gastrointestinal tract.
Like the "Hallmark Hall of Fame" pic franchise, the telefilms will carry the Reader's Digest brand under the banner, "From the Pages of Reader's Digest" or "Reader's Digest Presents.
Articies that have been posted in the Handicap Digest cover a large range of subjects.
Golf Digest Brands Take the Pulse of Golf's Best Customers
Dazzling delightful delicious, a new magazine based on the successful delicious magazine from Australia, is being test-marketed in this country by Reader's Digest Association.
Fortunately, some organisms make compounds called enzymes that can digest, or break down, cellulose.
Architectural Digest, the international magazine of interior design, unveiled "Rooms With A View of Central Park," an interior design exhibit at the One Central Park condominiums at Time Warner Center, last week.
Congressional Digest was founded in 1921 by Alice Gram Robinson, an activist in the women's suffrage movement, to help women better understand congressional issues so they could exercise their newly won right to vote.
The fracture had cleaved the termite's abdomen, exposing fossils of the microbes that had helped the animal digest its woody meals.