Caret [noun]

Definition of Caret:

typographical symbol

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Opposite/Antonyms of Caret:


Sentence/Example of Caret:

Anaesthesia Sexualis status est in quo vir aut mulier omnino caret sensatione sexuali.

He was a tall man, rather slender, with flat, bland features punctuated only by blond caret-shaped eyebrows.

What right has a man with a pate that looks like a caret, to shplit my head into a hundred pieces?

Caret profecto omnibus his, qui vitam suam vult semper habere cum famulis.'

Animan igitur omni corpore carere omnino non posse, illud, ut puto, ostendit quia Deus solus omni corpore semper caret.

The caret (^) is used to mark the omission of a letter or word or a number of words.

Caret, Murphy, and the other priests now returned to Tahiti.

Caret periculo, qui etiam cum est tutus cavet—He is not exposed to danger who, even when in safety, is on his guard.

Miserrima est fortuna qu inimico caret—Most wretched is the lot of him who has not an enemy.

The omitted part is generally written above, and the caret shows where it should be inserted.