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 (ĭn′dĭ-jĕs′tĭd, -dī-)
1. Not digested; undigested: indigested food.
2. Archaic
a. Not carefully thought over or considered.
b. Formless or shapeless.


archaic undigested


(ˌɪn dɪˈdʒɛs tɪd, -daɪ-)

1. without arrangement or order.
2. unformed or shapeless.
3. not digested; undigested.
4. not duly considered.
References in classic literature ?
THAT evil influence which carried me first away from my father's house - which hurried me into the wild and indigested notion of raising my fortune, and that impressed those conceits so forcibly upon me as to make me deaf to all good advice, and to the entreaties and even the commands of my father - I say, the same influence, whatever it was, presented the most unfortunate of all enterprises to my view; and I went on board a vessel bound to the coast of Africa; or, as our sailors vulgarly called it, a voyage to Guinea.
Larijani expressed surprise that the Saudi officials have recently contacted their counterparts in major countries and uttered some false and indigested words which have made the other side laugh and mock the Saudis.
The entire region should keep vigilant and should not allow further spread of the crisis by indigested measures," Araqchi added.
In Bion's view, intense negative emotions, including anxiety and sadness elicited in early interaction with the mother and the environment, would be prone to overflow the infant's processing resources and to surface in that indigested form we have earlier referred to as [beta] elements.
complexion from that in which the several crude and indigested parts