deletion

[ dih-lee-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF deletion

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DELETION

Yet I am thankful that it was not by your deletion that he was taken.

Of course, Miss Deane does wisely to let us have the deletion.

Cordelia calmly insisted on the deletion of the newly inserted paragraph surrendering the dramatic rights of the book.

There is no deletion and nothing more to add other than that other matter we have been talking about?

With this exception, and the deletion of two insignificant footnotes, no changes have been made.

We should in vain look for an example in the Spanish deportation or deletion of the Moors.

If he should perish through the deletion of this creature, she would account herself his slayer.

"You have not considered that the deletion you intend will destroy my father," she said quietly.

We should in vain look for an example in the Spanish deportation, or deletion of the Moors.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, from Latin deletionem (nominative deletio), noun of action from past participle stem of delere (see delete).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DELETION

annulment

nounvoiding an agreement
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