Examples of ingest in a Sentence
The drug is more easily ingested in pill form.
claims that the average person ingests considerably more calories than is necessary or desirable
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According to the notes, at the time Buckley and Underwood were ingesting serious doses of the Miles Davis proto-fusion classic In a Silent Way, released two months prior to these gigs, and the impact is clear.
As homes aged, however, the paint deteriorated into chips and dust that could be ingested by children, causing lead poisoning.
Sheriff Todd Entrekin said Nesmith is charged with one count of chemical endangerment of exposing a child to an environment in which controlled substances are ingested, produced or distributed.
When ingested, marijuana imparts all sorts of fun and exciting side effects, like bloodshot eyes and brief, fleeting happiness.
Behind him on a shelf sat a box of Naloxone, an opioid-overdose antidote, in case Mr Pimentel accidentally ingests fentanyl or another opioid.
The report also said the 40-year-old had ingested 72 milliliters of a generic-form Ambien, which is more than enough to impair someone’s ability to drive, according to the FDA.
The meme is probably older than that, dating back to the very first toddler who ingested a colorful laundry detergent pod.
But in isolated cases across the country, officers have unintentionally ingested the drug while on the job, including an Ohio officer who was treated for an overdose after powder landed on his uniform.
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