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Synonyms for extract

Synonyms for extract

to remove from a fixed position

to collect (something) bit by bit

Synonyms for extract

a solution obtained by steeping or soaking a substance (usually in water)

get despite difficulties or obstacles

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deduce (a principle) or construe (a meaning)

extract by the process of distillation

separate (a metal) from an ore

obtain from a substance, as by mechanical action

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take out of a literary work in order to cite or copy

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Three separate extracts from letters written by three different correspondents were selected to be read in Court.
The first and longest of the Extracts produced the most vivid impression in Court.
The most unpleasant pages in the whole Report of the Trial were--to me--the pages which contained the extracts from my husband's Diary.
The first extract related to a period of nearly a year before the date of Mrs.
The last extract followed, and consisted of these lines only:
With those words he began his first extract from the consul's letter.
Julian returned for the second time to his extract from the letter:
Julian advanced to his second extract from the consul 's letter:
Let me read my third extract," Julian answered, "and you will see.
Lorry feigned to go out when he could extract no answer from him, and, after remaining absent for an hour, returned.
This extract is sufficient to show the spirit and the views which actuated Mr.
A few lines of extract from the daily journal which it was her habit to keep will tell all that need be told before this narrative advances to later dates and to newer scenes.
They proceeded at once to extract the interior mould, for the purpose of clearing out the boring of the piece.
Oh, ye only is it, ye dark, nightly ones, that extract warmth from the shining ones
If I could produce no extract from the original book to compare with the certified copy at Knowlesbury, I could produce no positive evidence, and could threaten him with no fatal exposure.