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Definition of "indigestibility" [in•di•gest•i•bil•i•ty]

  • The state of being indigestible. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "indigestibility" in a sentence
  • "If lactose is the indigestible component of milk, the lactose-consuming bacteria present in fermenting milk should solve the indigestibility issue."
  • ""It can only truly be Texas red if it walks the thin line just this side of indigestibility: Damning the mouth that eats it and defying the stomach to digest it, the ingredients are hardly willing to lie in the same pot together.""
  • "The major nutritional problems lie in the low concentrations of phosphorus and the relative indigestibility of the protein fraction."