To disregard intentionally or allow to pass unnoticed or unmentioned.(verb-transitive)
To fail to do or include; omit.(verb-transitive)
To interrupt or terminate.(verb-transitive)
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Use "pretermit" in a sentence
""pretermit" -- to use his own expression -- a narrative which he held essential to his fame."
"These incidents took place during Lent 1822; she would not pretermit her austerities, and fell into a decline that put her life in danger."
"Aboo Abdallah to defend his city; but as I do not wish to make a parade of my learning, or to write a costume novel, I shall pretermit any description of the city under its Moorish governors."