digestible

[dih-jes-tuh-buhl, dahy-]
adjective
capable of being digested; readily digested.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English < Late Latin dīgestibilis < Latin dīgest(us) (see digest) + -ibilis -ible

digestibility, noun
digestibly, adverb
nondigestibility, noun
nondigestible, adjective
nondigestibleness, noun
nondigestibly, adverb
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digestible (dɪˈdʒɛstəbəl, daɪ-)
 
adj
capable of being digested or easy to digest
 
digesti'bility
 
n
 
di'gestibleness
 
n
 
di'gestibly
 
adv

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Example sentences
Science needs to be made available to the public in a digestible
  non-sensational way.
Thank you again for your intriguing and digestible piece.
The panels, each have a digestible bit of information that has been researched
  from the scientific literature.
Rice doesn't have to be cooked to be digestible, only the outer shell has to be
  broken to release some nutritional value.
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