Notice Sibyl's elisions, and how easily understood they seemed to be.
The child understood her aunt's context, for all its elisions.
The elisions, I believe, are all cured, with only one exception.
I found the half-forgotten Southern intonations and elisions as pleasing to my ear as they had formerly been.
In many languages these elisions are made in accordance with fixed rules, while others, again, obey no other mandate but harmony.
Elisions and contractions appear in a thousand such forms as "dunnoyo" for "do you not," "welly" for "well-nigh."
You saw the specimen, and you saw (I am sure) one great fault in it; I mean the harshness of some of the elisions.
This latter course, so far as elisions are concerned, I have adopted as essential to my success.
The poets diminished the conflict of vowels by a free recourse to elisions.
The sounds of the Corean are pleasant, and both it and the Japanese allow many alterations and elisions for the sake of euphony.