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Things missing often describes (“missing ________”)
value, values, data, subject, persons, time, planet, link, officers, point, period, matter, case, elements, details, conclusion, links, attribute, sink, date, tooth, person, action, incisors, observations, children, words, term, handle, code, beat, information, letter, weight, numbers, files, row, question, expedition, pages, factor, problem, teeth, items, components, heir, documents, pieces, personnel, variables, word, probability, steps, gaps, frogs, letters, cowley, plot, cover, spot, agents, articles, records, funds, facts, mechanism, topic, button, dimensions, limbs, lead, heirs, responses, son, mass, mark, ingredients, entries, premises, document, husband, pulse, father, goods, brother, inaction, float, transaction, craft, dates

Descriptive words:
only, more, few, long, original, five, six, four, several, total, important, dead, top, single, seven, variable, present, much, nine, plain, psi, vital, rim, most, mere, occasional, wilful, joint, complete, momentous, frequent, mutual, daily, wounded, three, rest, longer, consistent, marginal, subsequent, magic, pathetic, singularly, flat, front, multiple, diagonal, clad, clean, narrow, conscious, elaborate, stern, keyword, intermittent, extraordinary, unaccountable, yellow, captured, dependent, valuable, quarter, consequent, sudden, eight, persistent, partial, applicable, sad

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See missing used in context: 100+ rhymes, 7 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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