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
Art centered on land and sea elided neatly with an egalitarian, democratic culture.
One extremely pertinent experience that seems surprisingly elided is Chu’s volunteer-teaching in Shanghai, merely mentioned a few times with minimal explication.
For a documentary that’s longer than most of Spielberg’s movies, Spielberg elides some of the most intriguing aspects of his history.
Elsewhere: The many, many Handmaid's winners generally elided politics in their speeches — in Best Actress in a Drama winner Elisabeth Moss's case, that may be because of a sudden awareness of quite how severely the clock was ticking.
But the 25th Amendment solution presents constitutional and political obstacles that could be elided with a more elegant and mutually satisfying alternative: the Truman Show solution.
The movements were more scene setting than story telling, with wafting, zephyr-like patterns from piano, the themes eliding wind to string voices in a delicate and tricky texture.
Despite everyone who is in a position to know saying publicly that no such wiretapping order was made, Trump continues to defend it -- now trying to elide his claim with the broader surveillance operations run by the National Security Agency.
Fortunately, Aniello and Downs manage to elide the severity of that act with some clever plotting, and a whole lot of weird and wacky elements to distract from that.
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Origin and Etymology of elide
First Known Use: 1796See Words from the same year
Synonymsblue-pencil, cancel, cross (out), dele, delete, edit (out), x (out), kill, scratch (out), strike (out), stroke (out)
Antonymselongate, extend, lengthen, prolong, protract
Related Wordsblot out, efface, eradicate, erase, expunge, obliterate, root (out), rub out, wipe out; bleep, blip, clip, cut, excise, remove; bowdlerize, censor, clean (up), expurgate, launder, redact, red-pencil; abbreviate, crop, shorten; black out, repress, silence, suppress
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