This might not be what you wanted, but it works (at least with your sample 
set)

\define foo()
<$list filter="[<sentence>] +[removeprefix<preset>]" variable="stuff">
<<stuff>>
</$list>
\end

Mark

On Sunday, August 6, 2017 at 4:27:19 PM UTC-7, Mat wrote:
>
> I'm attempting to make dixtractors <http://dictionary.tiddlyspot.com/> 
> (why- "dictionary extractors", of course) to make tiddler dictionaries more 
> useful, and possibly even to allow them as a data source for graphs 
> <http://graphs.tiddlyspot.com>.
>
> My issue can be formulated as:
>
> <$set    name="sentence" value="""Prefix to remove: This is [[a link]] and 
> @@color:red;styled@@ word!""">
> <$set    name="preset"   value="""Prefix to remove:""">
> <$wikify name="prewik"    text="""Prefix to remove:""">
> <<foo>>
> </$wikify>
> </$set>
> </$set>
>
>
> *How do I define "foo" *to get the following result:
>
> This is a link and a styled word!
>
> Thanks!
>
> <:-)
>
>
>

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