half-digested

half-digested

adj
1. (of food, drink, etc) partially digested
2. (of ideas, beliefs, etc) not entirely assimilated mentally: half-digested tenets of the latest intellectual fads.
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The milk he had sucked with his first flickering life, was milk transformed directly from meat, and now, at a month old, when his eyes had been open for but a week, he was beginning himself to eat meat--meat half-digested by the she-wolf and disgorged for the five growing cubs that already made too great demand upon her breast.
The shredder paused, coughed, set its own dials to reverse, and vomited ribbons of half-digested paper all over the rug.
Das stated that elephants keep walking an eating for 18 hours in a day and defecate half-digested food, including grass, bamboo and leaves over a wide area, giving rise to another chain of events.
It can certainly be confusing, and it isn't surprising that a lot of players get out to the course and either fall back to the technique they've always used or make a swing that's a messy combination of a lot of different half-digested tips.
Eid's use of them is interesting because they're juxtaposed with less-seen footage of their dark interiors -- a moist miasma of half-digested refuse, whose ghosted quality is heightened in postproduction.
However, when the doctors probed into the dog's stomach, they discovered four half-digested teddy bears inside.
From the Chyulu gate it is another 30km before you reach habitable grounds - having driven past the spot where I was half-digested by a hyena last year - the habitable grounds being the first of many markers indicating what section of Tsavo West National Park lies in which direction.
The passenger responded by covering the entire back seat and floor with half-digested bison burger and fries!
Half an hour in, my arms aching and my head throbbing with half-digested rum, I'm ready to pack it in.
47.1% of food consumed was fresh, 29.8% half-digested and 23.1% digested.
The report said the shark's stomach contained half-digested body parts, including a human head and leg.
And then there are the gluttons who stuff it all in and spew it back out half-digested. As has been noted by others, Urs Fischer is one of the latter, among those for whom the real and existing world in all its gross, heterogeneous profusion is an endless source of nourishment, and he descends from a line of likewise prodigious gorgers, all of whom also appear in his output.