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use "digest" in a sentence

This industry needs to make the information simpler for people to digest.

Bamboo is tough to digest and the pandas must devour lots of it to survive.

The faster we shovel food in, the poorer we digest it, and the more we eat.

As a writer, you always have to digest things to understand what is going on.

We're pausing to digest a violent selloff, said Adam Sarhan, CEO of Sarhan Capital.

So should the system now lower its millage rate to offset the higher tax digest?

It was designed by the legendary Frank Gehry and featured in Architectural Digest.

It’s new, it's complex, and perhaps too much for an oft-gridlocked entity to digest.

Miss Witheridge's family said they needed time to digest the outcome of the trial verdict".

Were it not for the lining of mucus a poet’s mind, like a stomach, will happily digest itself.

South Korea also had fresh economic data to digest, struggling with the same problem as Japan.

They serve extraordinary ideas in a way that is easy to digest, understand and take action upon.

A tongue-lashing in the film room is easier to digest when you have an eight-figure annual salary.

A judge in the 22nd Annual Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards called 'In Borrowed Houses' ".

There’s a whole lot more to digest in Adams’ full piece, which is well worth reading in its entirety.

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