Definition of digestible
: capable of being digested
Recent Examples of digestible from the Web
In warm, dry summers, plants contain less digestible protein.
To some, the band was softer, more easily digestible by the masses.
The post was an anodyne history of the property, one of many such posts on the site, which is full of easily digestible tidbits about America meant for a foreign audience …
And then the lights came back on, and the trainers got down to work breaking down the elements of American cheerfulness into digestible component parts.
Rumors have been building for months, but a new report from Bloomberg crystalizes the theories into an easily digestible prediction: There will be three iPhones, two of them relatively normal upgrades, one of them an all-new and fancy design.
Amma Asante’s film, written by Guy Hibbert, has many themes piled on its plate, some of them far from digestible.
His ability to distill expansive concepts into digestible bites is somewhat uncommon in neuroscience circles.
That can be really disconcerting to some viewers who want everything packaged in digestible, bite-size chunks.
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Definition of digestible for Students
: possible to digest
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