verb (used with object), e·lid·ed, e·lid·ing.
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Origin of elide
OTHER WORDS FROM elideun·e·lid·ed, adjective
Words nearby elide
Example sentences from the Web for elide
Those who want real representation for conservative populism in the Senate deserve someone who will take them seriously, not hide behind phony anti-woke posturing to elide them.J.D. Vance’s Senate hopes reveal the problem with performative populism|Greg Sargent|March 19, 2021|Washington Post
It can be tempting to make that belonging straightforward, to elide differences and emphasize the ways I am like my loved ones.I Didn't Consider My Marriage Interracial. But I Wasn't Being Totally Honest With Myself|Naima Coster|March 4, 2021|Time
Worst of all, they elide the obvious point that all revolts fluctuate between periods of progress and regression.
His two-hour photos of movies being screened elide the films they pretend to reveal.
What seems to elide both is that the United States is no longer the axis around which the global economy revolves.
Why elide the fact that Sarah Palin is a darling of Fox News, the highest-rated cable-news network in America?
Would it not be possible for the more delicate readers of my otherwise inoffensive narrative to elide the word?The Cruise of the Shining Light|Norman Duncan
Hence there is no need to elide a vowel at the caesura; it must therefore be sounded clearly.
As described in the end notes, ellipses occasionally are used typographically to elide names.Biographia Epistolaris Volume 2|Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Words which do not end in e, rarely elide a final vowel, and never the last syllable.The Mafulu|Robert W. Williamson
I call it unchivalrous because it has been known to elide eulogies of enemy decency and enemy valour.The Better Germany in War Time|Harold Picton