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omission
used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope)

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Definition
something left out that should have been included

or:

a mistake resulting from neglect
  • As far as that is seen in the main parts of the poem, such as the fable, manners, and sentiments, no translator can prejudice it but by wilful omissions or contractions.
    Preface (64% in)

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