excerpts[ noun ek-surpt; verb ik-surpt, ek-surpt ]SEE DEFINITION OF excerpts
Synonyms for excerpts
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCERPTS
We do not approve of his inclusion of the excerpts of Vinidarius in the Apician text.
Excerpts from nearly all these works appear in various chapters of this work.
Some suppose that they are excerpts from an uncanonical Gospel.
Only one or two excerpts must suffice to show what the others might mean.
I want it to reach the masses, so all the excerpts will be in English.
Illustrate by quoting from other poets and then comparing the excerpts with his 190 work.
The narrative of Pompeius Trogus has been preserved in excerpts only.
Accompanying the memorandum were several hundred excerpts from the mail matter.
They are, indeed, excerpts from the procedure in Gilles's trial.
It is the oldest work from which there are any excerpts in the Digest.