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film clip

noun

  1. a strip of motion-picture film, especially an excerpt from a longer film or one inserted as part of another presentation, as of a telecast or full-length motion picture.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of film clip1

First recorded in 1955–60

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Example Sentences

Due to Israeli laws regarding minors, the boy’s identity was never publicly disclosed, and Shemesh and Sudri maintain that anonymity, even as they display numerous photos and film clips of the accused, both as a young kid and as a grown man.

The “Great Train Robbery” shot is so iconic that it is included in the introductory exhibit of canonical film clips and stills greeting visitors at the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles.

Whenever I read Matthiessen the naturalist, I am reminded of a film clip I once saw of him trying to catch a snake in the wild.

She said she has never seen a film clip of Roosevelt describing his proposal.

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