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Correct spelling:
truncated
Definition:
of Truncate

Synonyms:

adjective
all
shortened, abbreviated, truncated.
decreased
decreased, Curtailed, contracted, Abated, diminished, abbreviated, deflated, abridged, lessened, shortened, eroded, shrunk, decremented, compressed, concentrated, Receded, lower, Compacted, drained, depleted.
diminished
weeded, decremented, mowed, Bobbed, removed, cut, cropped, reduced, lowered, shortened, downgraded, dropped, trimmed, abridged, shrunken, depleted, sheared, pruned, concentrated, abbreviated, diminished, Lightened, Dwindled, Compacted, drained, Pared, tapered, clipped, docked, eroded, Leached, shaved, Curtailed, Receded, lessened, decreased, condensed, compressed, deflated, deducted, contracted, Nipped.
little
mini, under-sized, tiny, not large, snubber, smallish, shrimpy, junior, hardly any, wee, not big, least, Toyer.
noun
truncated
abbreviated, shortened, truncate, short.
verb
decreased
Dwindled, Shrank, deducted, died down, Subsided, lowered.
diminished
minimized, Culled.
Examples of usage:
  1. She went one Sunday to St. Paul's Cathedral, pausing with her father before they went in to see the new restorations and the truncated steeple struck by lightning eight years before, which in spite of the Queen's angry urging the citizens had never been able to replace. – By What Authority? by Robert Hugh Benson
  2. The reason for this is that the plug will become so worn in the preliminary grinding as to assume the form of a highly truncated cone; the socket will assume a reverse form, and the end result will be a loose- fitting plug and socket. – A Handbook of Laboratory Glass-Blowing by Bernard D. Bolas
  3. Upon the truncated top of Mount Rainier, nearly three miles in diameter, rise two small cinder cones which form, at the junction of their craters, the mountain's rounded snow- covered summit. – The Book of the National Parks by Robert Sterling Yard
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