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Delete \De*lete"\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Deleted; p. pr. & vb. n. Deleting.] [L. deletus, p. p. of delere to destroy. Cf. 1st Dele.] To blot out; to erase; to expunge; to dele; to omit.

I have, therefore, . . . inserted eleven stanzas which do not appear in Sir Walter Scott's version, and have deleted eight.


vb. (en-past of: delete)

Usage examples of "deleted".

I began my report with a joke about a French Foreign Legionnaire and a camel, then deleted it and tried again.

Things may be deleted for a variety of reasons, but nothing is totally lost in an Orwellian memory hole.

The deleted information exists someplace—in another file marked TOP SECRET.

There was no clue to what had been deleted, or when it had been deleted, or what time period it was missing from.

I already put in a request to Jack, who will put in a request up the chain to the Director, who will request the deleted information.

But Jack has top secret, so he can see the deleted stuff if he has a need to know.

I took the opportunity to ask him, "Can you expedite Kate's request for the deleted information in the personnel file of Colonel Hambrecht?

There is deleted information, and I'm having a difficult time accessing that information.

I said, "Well, I guess we know what top secret stuff was deleted by executive order and DoD order.

Edgar Hoover Building were pushing hard to get the deleted information from Colonel Hambrecht's file, which I really didn't need now.

The delete buffer contains the last ten items you have deleted or cut.

If the access list entry is not accessed within this period, it is automatically deleted and requires the user to authenticate again.

Why was all information on that place where the sign said Settlertown deleted from the map?

I have found that I must rely far more on the second technique, as large and important areas of information have been deleted from the datastore.

But at least we knew with certainty that around the time Eddings had died, someone had gone into his computer and had deleted every one of his files.