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omit
used in The Mill on the Floss

3 uses
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Definition
to exclude or neglect something
  • It was to be expected of a Mudport man, from the parish of St. Ursula, that he would not omit to do a good turn to a son-in-law of Timpson's, for Timpson was one of the most useful and influential men in the parish, and had a good deal of business, which he knew how to put into the right hands.
    1.3 — Book 1 Chapter 3 — Mr. Riley Gives His Advice Concerning.... (90% in)
  • _" exclaimed Tom, with a derisive laugh, for Tom had learned this omitted passage for his yesterday's lesson, and a young gentleman does not require an intimate or extensive acquaintance with Latin before he can feel the pitiable absurdity of a false quantity.
    2.1 — Book 2 Chapter 1 — Tom's "First Half" (84% in)
  • Among the threads of the past which the stricken man had gathered up, he had omitted the bill of sale; the flash of memory had only lit up prominent ideas, and he sank into forgetfulness again with half his humiliation unlearned.
    3.4 — Book 3 Chapter 4 — A Vanishing Gleam (94% in)

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