Results for: Ellipsis

What is an example of an ellipsis?

An ellipsis is a series of three dots, used to create a pause in thinking or, when quoting, to omit information. Four dots can also be used at the end of a sentence to finish (MORE)

What is an ellipsis?

A punctuation mark. Example [...] In writing, an ellipsis is a  series of three periods (dots) that indicate an omission. They look  like this:   ... or . . .    (MORE)

How is an ellipsis used?

Ellipsis is the printing of three dots to indicate that words have been missed out, either because the reader will understand what would have been said or, in the case of dial (MORE)

What is an ellipsi?

An ellipsis is the omission from speech or writing of a word or  words that are superfluous or able to be understood from contextual  clues. It can also refer to the punctua (MORE)

What is an ellipsis and for what is it used?

An ellipsis ... is 3 periods in a row used for inserting the feel  of a pause in a sentence. An ellipsis can also be used to show text  has been omitted, or left out, of quo (MORE)

When is ellipsis used?

Hi: Answer: When you want to 1 - omit words (He went to the store... a complete waste of time). 2 - create a pause in thought that is longer than a comma (He went to the store (MORE)

How do you spell ellipsis?

That is the correct spelling of "ellipsis" meaning the omission or words, as shown by the three-dot punctuation (...).
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