Examples of inedible in a Sentence
The steak was overcooked, but not inedible.
Recent Examples of inedible from the Web
Scientists believe the Madagascan banana, an inedible fruit with large seeds in the middle of it, may be able to save the species.
His cargo, however, remained scattered across the highway, much of it mixed with diesel fuel from the crash, creating an inedible and dangerously flammable mess.
Once cooked, the inedible exterior of the pod can be easily split to reveal a fleshy interior with pea-sized seeds.
But Elmer’s doesn’t dry the right way and is inedible, if nontoxic.
Of those, 300 are edible, 300 are poisonous, including the deadlies, and 400 are inedible, which means unpalatable or too hard to chew.
And like an old piece of fruit, a lot of that data from the early days has grown mushy and inedible.
Our earliest ancestors pounded otherwise inedible tubers with rocks and sliced meat with primitive tools—processing methods that are credited with beginning the trend in our evolution toward smaller teeth and jaws and bigger brains.
Until recent years, most dairy-free cheese was downright inedible.
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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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