The vowel is elided in some cases, and coalesces with another vowel in others.
The -e in fairest-e is not elided; neither is the -e in wist-e in l. 745.
The final e in fled-de is not elided, owing to the pause after it.
But even in the matter of elided consonants American is not always the conservator.
At times a vowel is elided; or rather but faintly touched by the voice.
The final vowel of quelque is elided only in quelqu'un and quelqu'une.
Her voice was not Southern and, while she elided final consonants, her intonation was not of the South.
Usually a syllable will be elided, and the reply will be "Constanople," or something similar.
The final e in sinne must not be elided; it is preserved by the caesura.
Hadde, possessed; as hadde is here emphatic, the final e is not elided.