The Excluded Search Results will look like the normal Search Results, except they
will be shown with a
font so you know that that phrase isn't counted.
Also notice that the phrase shown for Excluded Search Results is the phrase that
would have normally been contributing to the overall Search Results, namely “of
the Lord” in this example (not the Exclusion Phrase itself). This is because you
are excluding the phrase “of the Lord” when the phrase is part of the larger
phrase “the angel of the Lord” or “an angel of the Lord”, in this example.
Note that it is possible for an Exclusions Phrase to match across multiple Search
Phrases simultaneously. To illustrate this, let's look at a much more complicated
Exclusion Phrase Example #2
Let's search for “the trumpet” and “the Lord” in only the New Testament. And
let's remove any occurrences of “the * give” or “the Lord gave”. Here is what it
would look like:
The phrase “the trumpet” is found 43 times in the Entire Bible, but only 4 times in
the New Testament, as noted by the Number of Occurrences information, and only
3 of those contributed to the overall Search Results, meaning that there must have
been a phrase “the trumpet give” that got removed, as that's the only Exclusion
Phrase that could have completely contained the phrase “the trumpet”.