in the form of an ellipse.
in an elliptical manner; by an ellipse.
with great economy of words or expression; concisely: to speak elliptically.
without sufficient transition or a logical connection between thoughts, ideas, or expressions; ambiguously or cryptically: to jump elliptically from generalities to specifics.
Origin of elliptically
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Contemporary Examples of elliptically
President Obama has elliptically promised that a U.S.-led coalition will prevent Iran from obtaining the bomb.How to Stop the Threat From Iran: Ban the Bomb
January 5, 2013
Historical Examples of elliptically
Aristotle used Enthymeme in the wider sense of an elliptically expressed argument.Logic, Inductive and Deductive