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
Example sentences from the Web for elide
The Soviet authorities honored survivors, even as the reality of their experiences was carefully elided.
The accents seem to fall on She and have, the e in wold-e being elided.
Koch would omit hit, for the sake of the metre; but it makes no difference at all, the e in thoghte being elided.
Pouerte can be pronounced povrt'; accented on the second syllable, and with the final e elided.
The h is nearly mute and frequently elided, as in ocola (ocol haa) to baptize.The Maya Chronicles|Various
This shows a decline in the proportional duration of the elision as the total value of the measure elided increases.