Definition of Skeletonised

1. Verb. (past of skeletonise) ¹



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Definition of Skeletonised

1. skeletonise [v] - See also: skeletonise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Skeletonised

skeleton of free inferior limb
skeleton of free superior limb
skeleton of heart
skeleton shrimp
skeleton staff
skeleton staffs
skeleton thoracicus
skeletoned
skeletoneer
skeletoneers
skeletonic
skeletoning
skeletonisation
skeletonisations
skeletonise
skeletonised (current term)
skeletonises
skeletonising
skeletonization
skeletonizations
skeletonize
skeletonized
skeletonizer
skeletonizers
skeletonizes
skeletonizing
skeletonlike
skeletons
skeletons in the closet
skeletons in the cupboard

Literary usage of Skeletonised

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. In a Gloucestershire Garden by Henry Nicholson Ellacombe (1895)
"The whole outside covering has become skeletonised and white, and how this is ... Many leaves are skeletonised in the same way after falling from the trees, ..."

2. In a Gloucestershire Garden by Henry Nicholson Ellacombe (1896)
"The whole outside covering has become skeletonised and white, and how this is ... Many leaves are skeletonised in the same way after falling from the trees, ..."

3. In a Gloucestershire Garden by Henry Nicholson Ellacombe (1895)
"The whole outside covering has become skeletonised and white, and how this is ... Many leaves are skeletonised in the same way after falling from the trees, ..."

4. Under Five Reigns by Dorothy Nevill (1910)
"I used at one time to amuse myself by illuminating skeletonised leaves which had ... The leaves in question were first of all skeletonised by maceration, ..."

5. Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal (1854)
"By this system, in which the principles of the lever are analysed, and skeletonised—as by placing the crush résistants on the under side, and the stretch or ..."

6. The Insulation of Electric Machines by Harry Winthrop Turner, Henry Metcalf Hobart (1905)
"As the name " skeletonised " implies, the tapes and bands are largely replaced by cords, allowing the heat to escape between the interstices of cord, ..."

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