edited

[ UK /ˈɛdɪtɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈɛdətəd, ˈɛdɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. improved or corrected by critical editing
    the emended text
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How To Use edited In A Sentence

  • The poll was widely discredited after allegations of ballot rigging.
  • One account is debited for the amount involved in any transaction and another account is credited.
  • The latest strategy is now seen dropping unsupported accusations across the media spectrum to the effect that the intelligence agency's assignment of Ambassador Joseph Wilson to look into the now-discredited Iraq/Niger/uranium claims were all part of a long-term insidious scheme to try and discredit the Bush Administration. Brad Friedman: Wingnuts Declare Coordinated All-Out Cross-Media War on CIA as Newest Front in TreasonGate!
  • It was written, edited, illustrated and compiled by homeless and formerly homeless people in San Francisco.
  • They will learn more about Churchill than from this diffuse, badly edited book. Times, Sunday Times
  • Dolphins have a natural affinity with humans and just being with them, playing with them and touching them, is credited with bringing about wondrous results for sick people.
  • And so it is quite disappointing that this volume was very poorly edited.
  • Despite the challenges that prevail, our women have 'shouldered' the burdens with great resilience and dignity; and many of the successes that we claim toady, must be credited to our mothers, grandmothers, wives, aunts and sisters. Jamaica Information Service
  • Whereas quotations with an apothegmatic feel are normally ascribed to Shaw, those with a more grandiose or belligerent tone are almost automatically credited to Churchill.
  • The film was edited by a skilled technician so that the joints are imperceptible.
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