Examples of elide in a Sentence
some unnecessary verbiage will need to be elided, but otherwise the article is publishable
the product presentation was not elided—it's always only 15 minutes long
Recent Examples of elide from the Web
This argument elides the possibility that in this context, social media enables the free marketplace of ideas to operate more efficiently than ever.
Those assertions elide the death penalty’s realities.
The Conservatives’ short-term focus on deficit targets elided a bigger argument about how to reform the long-term drivers of government spending.
Wu’s vigorous, expressionistic improvisations often elided passages of figuration, especially of landscape.
Douthat does, however, tend to elide the Catholic Church’s ideal of being unchanging with its historic expression.
The writers have always cherry-picked the book series’s best story lines, elided some of the rougher bits, and worked to balance the cast of characters into versions that might translate better on screen.
On Facebook’s Role in Society Facebook has often talked about itself as a community, not a business, and has largely elided the difference between the two.
The social norms around privacy are ‘just something that's evolved over time,’ a stance that elides his company's interest in nudging that evolution along.
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