Simple past tense and past participle of elide.(verb)
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Use "elided" in a sentence
"So each time you see a "vet" or "veteran" of an illegal war remember that by and large the full description being elided is "veteran criminal," even when they are "veteran fools" and criminals only for being too stupid to know better."
"In fact, that which was deemed religious may have simply been elided from the records in most cases."
"But he also complains that his statements have been "elided" to mean "he has no regrets for setting bombs and thinks there should be more bombings.""