adj.1.expressing the essence; condensed; summarized.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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'Equities good; bonds bad' is a boiled-down and crude summation of what I've been hearing from various experts, private bankers and wealth managers throughout the first quarter of 2013.
When considering these questions, and noting their restraint when facing the tempting freedom of expression that designing their own building has given them, the reduced, sleek, boiled-down aesthetic of this 1800[m.sup.2] office building can be seen as both a response to the unique physical context of the site, and the evolving context of Allies and Morrison's work.
Yet Golding's occasional impulse toward extravagance is usually tempered by a more characteristic tendency toward concision, as in his two-page, boiled-down history of still life in an essay on Picasso and Juan Gris, which is a model of its kind.