redigestion

redigestion

(ˌriːdɪˈdʒɛstʃən; ˌriːdaɪˈdʒɛstʃən)
n
(Biology) the act or process of redigesting
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[...]--[D]rink this old Wine of Heaven, which I shall call the redigestion of our most ethereal Musings on Earth; but also increase in knowledge and know all things.
Nucleotides in bold indicate changes to prevent redigestion of ligated products.
I am continually running away from the subject-sure this cannot be exactly the case with a complex Mind-one that is imaginative and at the same time careful of its fruits-who would exist partly on sensation partly on thought-to whom it is necessary that years should bring the philosophic Mind-such an one I consider your's and therefore it is necessary to your eternal Happiness that you not only drink this old Wine of Heaven, which I shall call the redigestion of our most ethereal Musings on Earth; but also increase in knowledge and know all things.