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omit
used in Wuthering Heights

2 uses
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Definition to exclude or neglect something
  • I was going to obey, but he suddenly arrested me, and added in the strangest tone — 'Be so good as to turn your lock, and draw your bolt — don't omit it!'
    Chapter 13 (52% in)
  • He did not omit to avail himself of the opportunity, cautiously and briefly; too cautiously to betray his presence by the slightest noise.
    Chapter 16 (86% in)

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