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omit
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
to exclude or neglect something
  • He began pouring out our secrets right and left in total disregard for my safety if not for his own, omitting nothing, knot-hole, pants and all.
    p. 96.1
omitting = leaving out
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