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Definition of "eliding" [eliding]

  • Present participle of elide. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "eliding" in a sentence
  • "But I think the prejudice against the passive stems more from the fact that, by eliding the agent, the passive is often used to obscure facts or to avoid attributing responsibility, or is seen as impersonal and hence insincere."
  • "You seem to be eliding over the difference between “making something illegal” and “preventing.”"
  • "Part of your error derives from your eliding “representing a (potentially) bad guy in court” to “supporting a bad guy (or accused bad guy).”"
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