Elided vs Unelided - What's the difference?

elided | unelided |


As a verb elided

is (elide).

As an adjective unelided is

not elided.

elided

English

Verb

(head)
  • (elide)

  • elide

    English

    Verb

    (elid)
  • To leave out or omit (something)
  • Graham Hough's apparently objective assertion that 'Ozymandias' is 'extremely clear and direct', for example, elides the question of 'to whom?' — Bennet and Royle, An introduction to literature, criticism and theory
  • To cut off, as a vowel or a syllable
  • To merge or join; cleave
  • 'As Ms Shafak summarises, “the state is privileged, all-powerful and yet paradoxically safeguarded as if it were a fragile entity in need of protection.” Between it and its citizens a gulf looms; conversely, officials elide its interests with their own.' Source: http://www.economist.com/news/international/21606872-how-and-why-lofty-ideologies-cohabit-rampant-corruption-because-were-worth-it

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    unelided

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • Not elided.