excised[ noun ek-sahyz, -sahys; verb ek-sahyz, ik-sahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF excised
Synonyms for excised
- black out
- cross out
- cut out
- stamp out
- X out
- blot out
- blue pencil
- cut off
- cut up
- knock off
- lop off
- scissor out
- scratch out
- wipe out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCISED
That is the case presented by the Dame's papers, when the incredible is excised.
If the condition has arisen, the pseudo-sac should be excised.
If discovered at once the bitten part had better be excised.
I have excised all you proposed and more on my own movement.
His wound was excised, "spirit bipped," dressed and bandaged.
The wound was excised, but the surgeon said: "I'm afraid he's done for, poor fellow."
In almost every other country in Europe they are excised, more or less.
In the employment of “paring and pricking,” a thin shaving of bark was excised on one occasion.
At the next tapping no bark was excised, but a pricking instrument was used along the previously cut surface.
The ball, together with a piece of cloth, was excised in front, two inches above and internal to the fold of the axilla.