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
Recent Examples of ingest from the Web
If the attitude around inhaling, ingesting, or absorbing THC has changed, the rituals for presenting it have also evolved, and hosts have much to consider when bringing cannabis to the table with style.
Patients would have to make two requests over two weeks and ingest the drugs themselves.
El Dorado County sheriff’s officials said at the time that Avila had ingested a synthetic drug and later booked Richter, then 20, and Jesse Howard Roberts, then 21, on involuntary manslaughter charges.
The performance does help with initial data migrations and ingest, but the performance benefit overall is limited due to the way Backblaze distributes data over so many spindles.
The spray deflector reduces the water that is ingested by the engines during takeoff and landing.
And when those eggs are laid in water, the bacteria swim around and get ingested by the mosquito larvae that eventually hatch.
The report recommends that nursing homes act fast when there is the potential for heat stress in the elderly and suggests that caregivers give the residents liquids to drink frequently and record the amounts ingested.
Yetter's articles included a story about a 20-month-old boy under the supervision of the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services who died after ingesting drain cleaner.
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Origin and Etymology of ingest
First Known Use: 1620See Words from the same year
Synonymsconsume, eat, partake (of), put away, put down, tuck (away or in)
Related Wordsdigest, down, mouth (down), swallow; bolt, chow (down on), devour, glut (on), gobble (up or down), gorge, gulp, scoff, slop, snarf (down), swill, wolf; chew, gnaw (at or on), gum, lap, lick, nibble (on), nurse, pick (at); relish, savor (also savour), taste; banquet, dine, fare, feast, gormandize, pig out, regale; dispatch, polish off; breakfast, lunch, sup; munch, nosh, snack
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