Examples of inedible in a Sentence
The steak was overcooked, but not inedible.
Recent Examples of inedible from the Web
Delays were common, accidents frequent and the food inedible.
The site doesn’t seem to care that guns are, generally, inedible.
Escoffier streamlined his cooking, eliminating the unnecessary, fussy (and often inedible) decoration of his great mentor, Marie-Antoine Carême.
Biscuits were tender but not flaky, and a pallid half of allegedly roasted plum tomato was so hard as to be inedible, even after cooking.
Their roots decayed, their growth was stunted, their leaves turned blotchy and mottled, and their fruit was misshapen, bitter and inedible.
Prolonged high heat exposure can be a problem, too, as the muscle fibers will shrink and create that signature inedible toughness.
Wild birds, of course, don’t watch videos to learn what’s inedible.
The company is working with Renewable Energy Group Inc. to use microbes to convert inedible crop residue like corn husks into biofuels.
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INEDIBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inedible for English Language Learners
: not suitable or safe to eat : not edible
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