INDIGEST'ED, a. [in and digested; L. indigestus.]

1. Not digested; not concocted in the stomach; not changed or prepared for nourishing the body; indigested; crude.

2. Not separated into distinct classes or orders, or into proper from; not regularly disposed and arranged. Chaos is represented as a rude or indigested mass.

3. Not methodized; not reduced to due form; crude; as an indigested scheme.

4. Not prepared by heat.

5. Not brought to suppuration, as the contents of an abscess or boil; as an indigested wound.