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Ingest   /ɪndʒˈɛst/   Listen
Ingest

verb
1.
Serve oneself to, or consume regularly.  Synonyms: consume, have, take, take in.  "I don't take sugar in my coffee"
2.
Take up mentally.  Synonyms: absorb, assimilate, take in.



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"Ingest" Quotes from Famous Books



... name by the way was Bromfield, had a fine high temper of her own, or thought it politic to affect one. One night when the boys were particularly noisy she burst like a hurricane into the hall, collared a youngster, and told him he was "the ramp-ingest-scampingest-rackety-tackety-tow-row-roaringest boy in the whole school." Would Mrs. Newton have been able to set the aunt and the dog before us so vividly if she had been more highly educated? Would Mrs. Bromfield have been able to forge and hurl her thunderbolt of a word if she had been taught ...
— Essays on Life, Art and Science • Samuel Butler



Words linked to "Ingest" :   imbibe, get down, swallow, suck in, fuddle, acquire, satiate, use, partake, sate, try out, cannibalise, abstain, taste, try, do drugs, sample, hit, touch, fill, smoke, larn, drug, drink, booze, take up, habituate, feed, learn, replete, sop up, sup, eat, cannibalize



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