verb (used with object), skeletonized, skeletonizing.
to reduce to a skeleton, outline, or framework.
to reduce in size or number, as a military unit.
to construct in outline.
verb (transitive)
to reduce to a minimum framework, number, or outline
to create the essential framework of


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