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
Which is so much to do with eliding the boring part of the story and getting into the propulsive part of the narrative.
The first set of criticisms elides the boardroom with the barroom.
In its quest to rationalize the status quo distributions of wealth, power, and privilege, the right is compelled to elide basic facts about how such disparities are built and sustained.
There were two things about Kasich that were elided in the rush to find someone (anyone!) in his party that could be wedged into the box labelled Not Insane.
South Korea’s prime minister has reassured his public that the U.S. has committed not to take military action without his approval (something McMaster elides by saying there will be consultations).
For as long as Labour can elide and hide these differences, the Tory-DUP government is in danger.
Cause and effect are elided: To what extent did Gay seek consolation in largeness versus in the act of consuming food?
This elides self-interested motives for civil-rights reform—the influence of the Cold War, the threat of urban rebellion—in favor of warm and fuzzy ones.
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Origin and Etymology of elide
First Known Use: 1796See Words from the same year
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