defibered

[dee-fahy-berd]
adjective
(of food) having little or no natural fiber, typically as the result of commercial refining or processing.

Origin:
de- + fiber + -ed2

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defiber

[dee-fahy-ber]
verb (used with object)

Origin:
de- + fiber

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Example sentences
After the paper stock is cleaned and defibered, it is stored as a liquid suspension in large chests.
Rubber scrap which has not been mechanically defibered requires chemical degradation during digestion.
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