indigest

adjective in·di·gest \¦ində̇¦jest, -ˌdī¦-, ə̇nˈdīˌj-\

Definition of indigest

  1. 1 archaic :  not carefully thought out or arranged

  2. 2 archaic :  formless

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Origin and Etymology of indigest

Middle English, immature, from Latin indigestus confused, not arranged, from in- 1in- + digestus, past participle of digerere to digest


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