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Definition of "omitting" []

  • Present participle of omit. (verb)

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Use "omitting" in a sentence
  • "But, alas! the supreme error of this anticipation was in omitting from the calculation the power of principle."
  • "Why has he practiced as undemocratic an economy of truth as Bush in omitting the word India from most of his comments on the war and never once daring to utter the word Kashmir?"
  • "This seems obvious to me and I think Matt is being pretty deceptive in omitting it from his list."