Definition of "digestibility" [di•gest•i•bil•i•ty]
The degree to which something is digestible.(noun)
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Use "digestibility" in a sentence
"Whether or not the cooking of eggs has any effect on their digestibility is a matter that has also been investigated."
"This simple theory ignored the characteristic powers of assimilation of the tree in question and the "digestibility" of the soil constituents."
"-- The term "digestibility," as applied to foods, is used in two ways: (1) meaning the thoroughness of the process, or the completeness with which the nutrients of the food are absorbed and used by the body, and (2) meaning the ease or comfort with which digestion is accomplished."