Third-person singular simple present indicative form of omit.(verb)
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Use "omits" in a sentence
"The modern acceptance of the term omits all those gentle qualities of mind which go to make the true chivalric disposition."
"Her question is: "what the article omits is what the effect is on the patients sitting in the waiting room for the internist who has now spent an hour for a 20 minute appointment, and the cardiologist who has also left patients in the waiting room.""
"What it omits is that ACA was using that experience analyzing credit risk to deliberately put together a terrible portfolio."