synopsis[ si-nop-sis ]SEE DEFINITION OF synopsis
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SYNOPSIS
The play is so well known that a synopsis of it is unnecessary.
I purpose to furnish a synopsis of the whole at the end of the work.
See the synopsis of Coligny's speech in La Planche, 247, 248.
Here then I conclude my synopsis of the work of the Fleet in 1915.
He turned to the serial story and began to read the synopsis.
Alfred answered the telegram, requesting a synopsis of the article.
This report has just been published, and the following is a synopsis of the results.
I might write it if I chose, I often do, but I had to give the synopsis from memory.
Then, sometimes, there is a synopsis of the story published.
How does an abridgment differ from an outline or a synopsis?