extracted

[ verb ik-strakt or especially for 5, ek-strakt; noun ek-strakt ]SEE DEFINITION OF extracted
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXTRACTED

This much hope, however, can be extracted from the present state of things.

This extracted the secret, and the doubloons were soon discovered.

He extracted a fifty-dollar certificate from the sheaf, and handed it over.

The day was hot, and after a few jerks he extracted a pocket-handkerchief from his sleeve.

The dried pulp from which the starch has been extracted is used for making boxes.

There were also the presents which she extracted for her husband and her little girl at the village.

The assent of Protagoras to this last position is extracted with great difficulty.

How lucky I am to have extracted that answer, by the assistance of the court!

He took out the pocketbook once more and from it extracted a two-dollar bill.

He extracted a cigar, clamped his teeth upon it, frowned and glanced at his watch.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EXTRACTED

quoted

adjectiverepeated from another
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