use predigest in a sentence.
Well, the government is paying for some degree of predigestion of the data.
What concerns me is when it's presented as a predigested, one size fits all "conclusion" - e.
Anyway, in comparison to American MSM, their journalistic merit won't be hard to gain in the eyes of critically-minded Americans who are sick of being fed predigested talk bites and transparent pep rallys for Wall Street.
There's a list of drugs here (well, do a search on an empty string and you get a list) and the companies who make them, but it's not exactly predigested.