verb (used with object)
Origin of excerpt
Related formsex·cerpt·er, ex·cerp·tor, nounex·cerpt·i·ble, adjectiveex·cerp·tion, nounun·ex·cerpt·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for excerpted
Excerpted from Moneyball for Government, published by Disruption Books, and reprinted with permission.
Excerpted with the permission of the publisher, Rowman & Littlefield.
Excerpted by permission of Harper Books, a division of HarperCollins Publishers.
Excerpted from BECOMING RICHARD PRYOR Copyright © 2014 by Scott Saul.
Excerpted from Havel: A Life by Nichael Zantovsky; used with the permission of the publisher, Grove Atlantic, Inc.
This sounds very much as if it had been excerpted from the scientific column of the London "Athenæum."
In the Sentences one excerpted opinion was given and another possibly divergent, and at the end an adjustment was presented.
In these instances, this e-book has been made to follow the excerpted reprint, and not the original, larger work.The Biography of Robert Murray M'Cheyne|Andrew A. Bonar
It would be tedious to follow its excerpted presentation of the profane and sacred matter.
These questions once settled, the spurious structure may then be excerpted from the true.The Story of Eclipses|George Chambers