Adjective(1) rounded like an egg(2) characterized by extreme economy of expression or omission of superfluous elements
(1) Watching it now it seems even stranger that its oblique characters and elliptical , alien scenes of remote mountain-town malaise managed to hypnotise so many people for two series.(2) That is a phrase which, in our respectful submission, is also apt to mislead, it being an elliptical noun phrase.(3) Newton favoured comets having parabolic orbits, but Halley believed that elliptical orbits might exist.(4) Cells are oval or elliptical in shape, with the maximum width of the cell at about the midpoint of its length.(5) The construction ├ö├ç├┐the shiraz impresses├ö├ç├û seems to be elliptical , with an implied object complement that is not expressed, rather than being a genuinely intransitive verb.(6) Bush was as elliptical in his victory speech about what lies ahead in Iraq as about the domestic issues he touched on, which included the economy, taxes, Social Security and education.(7) I know about than the preposition vs. than the introducer of elliptical clauses, but this example took me (intuitively, not analytically) aback.(8) It never strives to say anything in particular, and the backroom drama-what there is of it anyway-is so brief, oblique and elliptical that it merely provides an air of impromptu, on-the-fly context for the dance numbers.(9) It consists of four parts, the elliptical garden incorporating an oval pool, the Yew garden, the upper terrace and a lower terrace and pergola, all four linked by a terrace which once fronted the original house.(10) The elliptical questions should be generally acceptable, since they don't have soon (with its usual component of afterness) in combination with before.(11) These are spiral, elliptical , barred spiral and irregular.(12) He appears to be shuffling the decks in an elliptical power move.(13) This is not an easy task because of Knight's elliptical writing style.(14) The north face of the building is concave, completing the elliptical pattern that begins in the courtyard.(15) Frost's text at times verges on the obtuse - her language and often convoluted and elliptical form of writing may well daunt the less academic reader.(16) In each case, elliptical writing conveys too little.
(1) elliptical sentence :: dedfryd eliptig
1. oval ::
2. cryptic ::
1. clear ::
2. obvious ::
3. plain ::
4. unambiguous ::
5. unequivocal ::
Different Formselliptical, elliptically
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