Noun(1) omission of a sound between two words (usually a vowel and the end of one word or the beginning of the next(2) a deliberate act of omission
(1) Still others prefer a middle option that keeps the apostrophe for omission and elision but drops it for plurality and possession.(2) However, this involves compaction and an elision ; the self processes memory selectively.(3) the shortening of words by elision(4) Again, with a little elision , this song speaks almost directly to voters.(5) The SRBP also improved the performance of the target group when compared with the contrast group on phonological elision and nonword reading efficiency tasks.(6) The obscurity of the pleading which is, if I may so with respect to the drafter of it, exceedingly clever, because the pleading is in terms always of a duty of care to do something and it is there the elision of two very separate ideas.(7) This is such an obvious elision that one's instinct is to read the passage again and look for a misprint, or a set of scare quotes - but, no, it is written as intended.(8) Similar to the Raskind and Higgins study, the present research also found significant increases in phonological awareness (i.e., phonological elision and nonword reading).(9) Across Europe, among the sceptics and the doubters and the out-and-out protesters, a pernicious process of elision is taking place.(10) unease at the elision of so many vital questions(11) As Liz Frost explores, there is an elision between the consumer power of youth in the Western world, and its ideation as physical perfection.(12) The elision of two relatively stable and legitimate discourses of the idea of ├ö├ç├┐capital├ö├ç├û and ├ö├ç├┐emotional intelligence├ö├ç├û is a clever rhetorical move.(13) Like Mann, Wood develops the theme of the ├ö├ç├┐imperialism of trade├ö├ç├û, which is to say an elision of two apparently contradictory themes, direct domination, and free exchange.(14) As either a broadcast or digital networked democracy, the individual and his/her body are identified as the central fount of expressive freedom, an elision from the controlling power of institutionalized capitalism and the state.(15) There is an elision here in the use of the term ├ö├ç├┐resource├ö├ç├û.(16) Aside from occasionally adopting hubby Elvis Costello's cute little habit of syllabic elision , The Girl is character-free.
(1) elision :: Elision
1. exclusion ::
2. exception ::
Different Formselision, elisions
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