Definition of Obelised

1. Verb. (past of obelise) ¹



2. Adjective. (alternative spelling of obelized) ¹

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Definition of Obelised

1. obelise [v] - See also: obelise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Obelised

obeisaunces
obeisaunt
obeism
obeisms
obeli
obelia
obeliac
obeliad
obelias
obelin
obelion
obelions
obelisc
obeliscal
obelise
obelised (current term)
obelises
obelising
obelisk
obelisklike
obelisks
obelism
obelisms
obelize
obelized
obelizes
obelizing
obelus
obento
obentos

Literary usage of Obelised

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1. Journal of Theological Studies (1902)
""The words are obelised in the Codex ... or to the use of a Greek MS from which an obelised passage had been removed. v. 27. ..."

2. Calendar by University of Calcutta (1906)
"What irregularities would there be if the obelised readings are re- 3 tained ? ... What is un-Latin in the obelised words which, according to the molt I ..."

3. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society by Cambridge Philological Society (1884)
"326 obelised. 334 allowed to stand, wrongly. 350 possent with MSS., rightly. ... 884 obelised. 886 salices with Bruno for MS. ..."

4. Hermathena by Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland) (1901)
"... an array of obelised passages is all that rewards our search. A mere reproduction of all the MSS. errors might be uniformly unsatisfactory, ..."

5. Corpus Poeticum Boreale: The Poetry of the Old Northern Tongue from the by Guðbrandur Vigfússon, Frederick York Powell (1883)
"Should be obelised, it is maimed and displaced somehow ; cp. L 196 (slikt es i va vera ?). т. i y. Seems to be parti of two stanzas: the second half fits ..."

6. Corpus Poeticvm Boreale: The Poetry of the Old Northern Tongue, from the by Guðbrandur Vigfússon, Frederick York Powell (1883)
"Should be obelised, it is maimed and displaced somehow ; cp. 1. ... 1O2 : proverb, I. 167, should be obelised, being quite obscure. ..."

7. Anecdota Oxoniensia: Texts, Documents & Extracts, Chiefly from Manuscripts (1891)
"It was expelled by conj., and is omitted in P. In H it is obelised. ... In H causae is obelised. It is probably an addition, altered in D to causam. ..."

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