excerpted

[ noun ek-surpt; verb ik-surpt, ek-surpt ]SEE DEFINITION OF excerpted

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCERPTED

He added many new titles that he had found or had excerpted from Grundtvig's criticism.

In these instances, this e-book has been made to follow the excerpted reprint, and not the original, larger work.

This sounds very much as if it had been excerpted from the scientific column of the London "Athenæum."

In the Sentences one excerpted opinion was given and another possibly divergent, and at the end an adjustment was presented.

It would be tedious to follow its excerpted presentation of the profane and sacred matter.

These questions once settled, the spurious structure may then be excerpted from the true.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c. (implied in excerpte), from Latin excerptus, past participle of excerpere "pluck out, pick out, extract, excerpt," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + carpere "pluck, gather," from PIE *kerp- "to gather, pluck, harvest" (see harvest (n.)). Related: Excerpted; excerpting.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EXCERPTED

quoted

adjectiverepeated from another
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