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Related to inedibly: indelibly


Unfit to be eaten; not edible.

in·ed′i·bil′i·ty n.
in·ed′i·bly adv.
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to such a degree or in such a way as to be inedible
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Some of these treats are delicious, some are perfectly pleasant and many are achingly, inedibly sweet.
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Meanwhile, they have spiked a couple of candies with aloe, an inedibly bitter substance, and then give these to Calandrino, causing him to spit them out and appear to be guilty of the theft himself.