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used in Persuasion

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to exclude or neglect something
  • He omitted no opportunity of being with them, threw himself in their way, called at all hours; but I need not be particular on this subject.
    Chapter 21 (77% in)
  • However, when I found how excessively he was regretting that he should miss my father this morning, I gave way immediately, for I would never really omit an opportunity of bring him and Sir Walter together.
    Chapter 22 (7% in)
  • Charles and Mary still talked on in the same style; he, half serious and half jesting, maintaining the scheme for the play, and she, invariably serious, most warmly opposing it, and not omitting to make it known that, however determined to go to Camden Place herself, she should not think herself very well used, if they went to the play without her.
    Chapter 22 (75% in)
  • Anxious to omit no possible precaution, Anne struggled, and said— "I am afraid, ma'am, that it is not perfectly understood.
    Chapter 23 (53% in)
  • That had begun to operate in the very hour of first meeting her in Bath; that had returned, after a short suspension, to ruin the concert; and that had influenced him in everything he had said and done, or omitted to say and do, in the last four-and-twenty hours.
    Chapter 23 (66% in)

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