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leave out

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forget

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Synonyms for omit

to take or leave out

to not do (something necessary)

Synonyms for omit

prevent from being included or considered or accepted

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Sir," answered Don Quixote, "that cannot be on any account omitted, and the knight-errant would be disgraced who acted otherwise: for it is usual and customary in knight-errantry that the knight-errant, who on engaging in any great feat of arms has his lady before him, should turn his eyes towards her softly and lovingly, as though with them entreating her to favour and protect him in the hazardous venture he is about to undertake, and even though no one hear him, he is bound to say certain words between his teeth, commending himself to her with all his heart, and of this we have innumerable instances in the histories.
And the last, in every case to make enumerations so complete, and reviews so general, that I might be assured that nothing was omitted.
There are others which, though omitted here, will, in order to render the view of the subject more complete, be taken notice of under the next head of our inquiries.
Let them declare, whether it was of most importance to the happiness of the people of America, that the articles of Confederation should be disregarded, and an adequate government be provided, and the Union preserved; or that an adequate government should be omitted, and the articles of Confederation preserved.
Note: The Author desires me to add, that the misconception of some of his critics on this matter has induced him to insert in his dialogue with the Sphere, certain remarks which have a bearing on the point in question, and which he had previously omitted as being tedious and unnecessary.
He entirely omitted the usual formal salutation as we entered the presence of the jeddak, and as he pushed me roughly before the ruler he exclaimed in a loud and menacing voice.
Not a fact has been omitted, not a detail exaggerated.
He had forty-two boxes, all carefully packed, With his name painted clearly on each: But, since he omitted to mention the fact, They were all left behind on the beach.
Stuart and Clarke had omitted to comply with his request to purchase horses and provisions for the caravan across the mountains.
He regretted that he had done this, and blamed himself that he had omitted the other.