Words and phrases that have a meaning related to omission:   (173 results)

Often used in the same context:
absence, inclusion, shortcoming, misjudgment, indiscretion, exclusion, transgression, miscalculation, inconsistency, oversights, snub, inaccuracy, misstep, misnaming, misquotation, blunder, misrepresentation, gaffe, flaw, misstatement, revelation, typographical error, mistake, inadequacy, lopsidedness, unavailability, failings, misreading, error, deficiencies, incongruity, misinterpretation, discrepancy, misattribution, faux pas, inadvertence, sloppiness, untimeliness, inefficacy, misunderstanding, failure, nonappearance, implication, deviation, inelegance, irregularity, exculpation, mixup, flub, defection, misspelling, abdication, evasiveness, aberration, underestimation, tardiness, selection, boneheadedness, dismissal, sidedness, ineffectuality, ascription, derelictions, howler, departure, obtuseness, infelicities, vagueness, misconstruction, mishandling, dishonesty, lack, disappointment, typo, obiter dictum, paucity, flagrancy, addendum, acknowledgment, lapse, clanger, refusal, nonattendance, snafu, shoddiness, footnote, embroilment, incompetence, misapplication, bastardisation, disingenuousness, nonfeasance, prolixity, lacuna, unwillingness, peccadillo, misdiagnosis, misdeed, imperfection, miscommunication, misprint, screwup, omissions, exception, misapprehension, misconception, breach, fault, incident, overload, administration, attributional, avoidable, compliance, correctable, creep, enhancement, expectational, fatigue, feedback, forecast, genotype, instrument, judgmental, memory, orientation, preventable, propagation, rater

More specific:
aphaeresis, apheresis, aphesis, disregard, eclipsis, elision, ellipsis, exception, exclusion, failure, inadvertence, oversight, pretermission

Appears in the definition of:
., aphaeresis, apheresis, apostrophe, cut, deletion, eclipsis, elision, ellipsis, elliptic, elliptical, exception, excision, exclusion, failure, inadvertence, obbligato, obligato, oversight, stet, surcharge, swung dash

More general:
disregard, disuse, error, fault, linguistic process, mistake, neglect

deletion, skip

Also try:
— Adjectives for omission: serious, such, important, significant, deliberate, mere, accidental, major, curious, notable, total, more...

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See omission used in context: 11 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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