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
Meanwhile, Sharp Objects focuses on cutting, a specifically female form of self-harm (one 2017 study showed that girls are three times as likely to self-harm as boys), and one that Noxon point out has often been elided from our screens.
In the 13-plus hours that make up the finished film, certain facts that might complicate or distract from that narrative are elided or left out entirely.
The most important point that Sanders elides is that unlike these other media figures, Ivanka Trump is a senior White House official who has actual power over the policymaking process.
Thanks to Woodrow Wilson, the League of Nations enshrined the idea of minority protections, but the League of Nations failed, and the United Nations responded to this failure by eliding distinctions between peoples rather than addressing them.
The most comprehensive study of such advertising, published in the Annals of Internal Medicine in 2014, notes that cancer-treatment ads as a class rely on emotional appeals evoking hope or fear, while pointedly eliding useful information.
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.
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