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omission
used in Persuasion

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Definition
something left out that should have been included

or:

a mistake resulting from neglect
  • Sir Walter had once been in company with the late viscount, but had never seen any of the rest of the family; and the difficulties of the case arose from there having been a suspension of all intercourse by letters of ceremony, ever since the death of that said late viscount, when, in consequence of a dangerous illness of Sir Walter's at the same time, there had been an unlucky omission at Kellynch.
    Chapter 16 (58% in)

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