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Definition of "leave out" [leave out]

  • To omit, to not include, to neglect to mention (verb)
  • To omit, not include (verb)

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Use "leave out" in a sentence
  • "If you leave out those raven squawks—those rests—and you only count the blackbirds on the line, you are not going to be able to say this couplet the way Mr. Dryden meant it to be said."
  • "Find one you love enough to leave out for storing your bottles and barware full-time."
  • "I leave out the part about how Andrew as good as confessed to me at the Wexton PD."
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