Abridgment

Abridgment,

Definition of Abridgment:

  1. The action of abridging a text.

  2. Curtailment of rights.

  3. Shortened or condensed (but not summarized) version of a written work which preserves the overall meaning, structure, and style of the original version. Also spelled as abridgement. See also abstract, digest, outline, précis, summary, and synopsis.

Synonyms of Abridgment

Abatement, Abbreviation, Abstract, Alleviation, Aphorism, Apocope, Attenuation, Bereavement, Blue-penciling, Bowdlerization, Breviary, Brief, Cancellation, Capsule, Censoring, Censorship, Compendium, Compression, Condensation, Conspectus, Contraction, Curtailment, Dampening, Damping, Decrease, Decrement, Decrescence, Deduction, Deflation, Deletion, Depreciation, Depression, Deprivation, Deprivement, Digest, Diminishment, Diminution, Disburdening, Disburdenment, Disentitlement, Divestment, Dying, Dying off, Editing, Elision, Ellipsis, Epigram, Epitome, Erasure, Expurgation, Extenuation, Fade-out, Foreshortening, Languishment, Lessening, Letup, Lowering, Miniaturization, Mitigation, Omission, Outline, Precis, Privation, Recap, Recapitulation, Reduction, Relaxation, Relieving, Retrenchment, Sagging, Scaling down, Shortening, Simplicity, Sketch, Striking, Subtraction, Sum, Summary, Summation, Summing-up, Syllabus, Syncope, Synopsis, Telescoping, Truncation, Weakening

How to use Abridgment in a sentence?

  1. The 2 page summary was an abridgment of the 4 day long meeting indicating the resolutions that were reached and highlighting the major issues that were addressed during the meeting.
  2. I read the abridgment because I did not want to read the entire thing because it was really long and boring.
  3. His published abridgment that he was so proud of had many mistakes that made it hard to understand his views.
  4. The abridgment of the rights of ownership.

Meaning of Abridgment & Abridgment Definition