Excerpt


Download Excerpt



Sitemap

No One Else Will Do - The Tail Gators - Swamp Rock (Vinyl, LP, Album), Crucial Times - Youth Of Today - Cant Close My Eyes E.P. (Vinyl), Relocated Soul - Skeptical Minds - Rent To Kill (CD, Album), That Girl Dont Say Much But - The Flying Karpets - Flying Karpet (CD), Sirens - Pearl Jam - Lightning Bolt (File, MP3, Album), Where’s The Boat - Mick Hanly - Live At The Meeting Place (CD, Album), Opferparty - Joca (5) - SchallplaDDe (File, Album, MP3), Abecedarians - AB-CD (CD), Je Suis Un Cow-Boy - Pierre Haralambon - Jaurai rêvé (Vinyl), Together As One (The Final Mix) - Skycat - Together As One (Vinyl)

9 thoughts on “ Excerpt ”

  1. Examples of excerpt in a Sentence Noun Among the excerpts and Twitter feeds and author interviews there was the actor Will Smith praising The Alchemist as one of his favorite books.
  2. Excerpt definition, a passage or quotation taken or selected from a book, document, film, or the like; extract. See more.
  3. Define excerpt. excerpt synonyms, excerpt pronunciation, excerpt translation, English dictionary definition of excerpt. n. A passage or segment taken from a longer work, such as a literary or musical composition, a document, or a film. tr.v. ex·cerpt·ed, ex·cerpt·ing.
  4. excerpt Finally, an excerpt including ascending and descending parts of the sweep is played. From the Cambridge English Corpus All these excerpts are heard diegetically, either in rehearsal or in the .
  5. noun The definition of an excerpt is a quote from a book or film. An example of excerpt is a passage from a novel.
  6. ex·cerpt (ĕk′sûrpt′) n. A passage or segment taken from a longer work, such as a literary or musical composition, a document, or a film. tr.v. (ĭk-sûrpt′) ex·cerpt·ed, ex·cerpt·ing, ex·cerpts 1. To select or use (a passage or segment from a longer work). 2. To select or use material from (a longer work). [From Middle English, excerpted.
  7. When the word is used as a verb, excerpt means to take a portion out, usually from a play, book, article, song, or other written work. And the part that is taken out also is called an excerpt, but it is a noun, that is, a thing. An excerpt is something you excerpt, or pluck .
  8. EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCERPT Grenfell and Hunt date the Gospel, from which it is an excerpt, about Mark the adjectives in this excerpt and use them in sentences of your own. The letter from which the excerpt is taken was written Feb. 13,
  9. 2 synonyms of excerpt from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 11 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for excerpt. Excerpt: a part taken from a longer work.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *