Definition of Predigestions
1. predigestion [n] - See also: predigestion
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Predigestions
Literary usage of Predigestions
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1. A Text-book of pharmacology and some allied sciences: (therapeutics, Materia by Torald Hermann Sollmann (1906)
"Many of these predigestions can be done economically at home. The quantity of ferment to be employed and the reaction of <"f medium are as follows, ..."
2. Medical Communications by Massachusetts Medical Society (1892)
"... since these "predigestions" can hardly be made, especially if pancreatic ferments be employed, without a certain amount of change being brought about by ..."