What is another word for digests?

136 synonyms found


[ da͡ɪd͡ʒˈɛsts], [ da‍ɪd‍ʒˈɛsts], [ d_aɪ_dʒ_ˈɛ_s_t_s]

Synonyms for Digests:

lists (noun) synopses (noun) learns (verb) lists (verb) Other synonyms:

Rhymes for Digests:

  1. mess, stress, rests, quests, hess, jests, dress, bless, cress, chests, chess, es, tests, press, bests, tress, breasts, less, fess, yes, ness, hesse, guess, s, crests;
  2. finesse, undress, requests, obsess, confess, repress, profess, suggests, success, protests, distress, caress, possess, assess, contests, progress, transgress, largesse, attests, suppress, digress, recess, noblesse, divests, depress, oppress, impress, molests, excess, arrests, aggress, express, address, compress, regress, fluoresce, redress, egress;
  3. nonetheless, convalesce, cps, dispossess, repossess, acquiesce, oas, reassess, coalesce;
  4. nevertheless;

Quotes for Digests:

  1. We do not talk- we bludgeon one another with facts and theories gleaned from cursory readings of newspapers, magazines and digests Henry Miller.
  2. A fool's brain digests philosophy into folly, science into superstition, and art into pedantry. Hence University education. George Bernard Shaw.
  3. I started reading and talking and interviewing nutritionists and a thread was starting to form for me which is- a protein digests in a different rate of speed than a carbohydrate. Suzanne Somers.

Adjectives for Digests:

  • cozy, architectural,
  • fourth decennial,
  • incisive,
  • cozy,
  • comprehensive,
  • regular,
  • usual,
  • various,
  • big architectural,
  • also annual,
  • good meal,
  • complete and satisfactory,
  • such coarse,
  • alphabetical,
  • horticultural,
  • chronological,
  • neat little,
  • meal,
  • voluminous,
  • satisfactory,
  • ill,
  • painful,
  • intelligent,
  • formal,
  • coarse,
  • valuable,
  • separate,
  • complete,
  • numerous,
  • pure,
  • common,
  • huge,
  • mere,
  • relatively minor,
  • gastric,
  • signal,
  • annual,
  • minor,
  • similar,
  • special,
  • certain,
  • ostrich,
  • decennial,
  • popular,
  • statistical.