Excide
Excide Ex*cide", v. t. [L. excidere, excisum; ex out + caedere to cut. See {Concise}, and cf. {Excise} to cut off.] To cut off. [R.] [1913 Webster]

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  • excide — ex·cide …   English syllables

  • excide — /ɛkˈsaɪd/ (say ek suyd) verb (t) (excided, exciding) to cut out; excise. {Latin excīdēre cut out} …   Australian English dictionary

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