1 He found the liver considerably enlarged, and the digestive powers weakened, while the course of mineral waters had been quite without effect.
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2 But one afternoon when she was consulting Dr. Meade about a digestive upset, she learned an unpleasant fact which she could not shrug off.
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3 This scheme I went over twice, thrice; it was then digested in my mind; I had it in a clear practical form: I felt satisfied, and fell asleep.
4 As the wafer digested, the tincture mounted to his brain, bearing the proposition along with it.
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5 Scarlett digested this in silence, for she had never before been under the same roof with anyone who was not received.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret MitcheGet Context In CHAPTER VI
6 They digested this in silence, looking up at her, puzzled.
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7 He digested his sufferings alone.
War and Peace(V2) By Leo TolstoyGet Context In BOOK 4: CHAPTER VI
8 At times, that stomach of civilization digested badly, the cess-pool flowed back into the throat of the city, and Paris got an after-taste of her own filth.
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9 The baby, feeling herself detached from her habitual anchorage, made an instinctive motion of resistance; but the soothing influences of digestion prevailed, and Lily felt the soft weight sink trustfully against her breast.
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10 Probably too much reading for the amount of digestion I've got.
11 He bolts down all events, all creeds, and beliefs, and persuasions, all hard things visible and invisible, never mind how knobby; as an ostrich of potent digestion gobbles down bullets and gun flints.
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12 His digestion was mediocre, and he had been attacked by a watering in one eye.
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13 The digestion of evil aroused in him an appetite for worse.
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14 If I could be less affectionate and sensitive, I should have a better digestion and an iron set of nerves.
Great Expectations By Charles DickensGet Context In Chapter XI
15 "At present I cannot spare energy and nerve force for digestion," he would say in answer to my medical remonstrances.
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