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Definitions of Omitted

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Quotes of Omitted

  1. Snow is so common that I have omitted to note its falling at least two days out of Three. – William Henry Ashley
  2. Those expressions are omitted which can not with propriety be read aloud in the family. – Thomas Bowdler
  3. I hope that posterity will judge me kindly, not only as to the things which I have explained, but also to those which I have intentionally omitted so as to leave to others the pleasure of discovery. – Rene Descartes

Usage examples for Omitted

  1. But he has omitted to tell us how he knows what Hanmer's sentiments are. – Eighteenth Century Essays on Shakespeare by D. Nichol Smith
  2. But perhaps the portrait was omitted in the royal copy. – The Book-Hunter at Home by P. B. M. Allan
  3. Lady Eustace, I have not willingly omitted anything. – The Eustace Diamonds by Anthony Trollope
  4. 35: At this point nearly a hundred lines are omitted – An anthology of German literature by Calvin Thomas
  5. Her decision was made promptly; she asked a few questions as though to assure herself that all the preparations had been made; seeing that nothing had been omitted she began to search here and there. – Child of a Century, v3 by Alfred de Musset
  6. Test your answer by reading the paragraph with the humor omitted – Story Hour Readings: Seventh Year by E.C. Hartwell
  7. Indeed, the whole of this interview might have been omitted but for two circumstances. – David Elginbrod by George MacDonald
  8. I have omitted much that I had meant to deal with, and have been tempted sometimes to introduce matter the connection of which with my subject is not immediately apparent. – Luck or Cunning? by Samuel Butler
  9. " I have omitted to tell you, that I do not advise any one of my relatives or friends to apply himself as I have done to study, and particularly to the composition of books, if he thinks that will add to his fame or fortune. – Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3) by Isaac D'Israeli
  10. My own 'ought, ' which you object to, shall be withdrawn- being only a pure bit of selfishness; I felt, in missing the letter of yours, next day, that I might have drawn it down by one of mine,- if I had begged never so gently, the gold would have fallen- there was my omitted duty to myself which you properly blame. – The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, Vol. 1 (of 2) 1845-1846 by Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett
  11. On cards intended for social use, office hours and other professional matter are omitted – The Book of Good Manners by W. C. Green
  12. When the poet that is to be has got so as to perform this task easily, a skeleton verse, in which two or three words of each line are omitted is given the child to fill up. – The Complete PG Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (The Physician and Poet not the Jurist)
  13. And that is no doubt the reason, milor, why you omitted to name your seconds to Monsieur de Stainville. – Petticoat Rule by Emmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy
  14. He had omitted on the previous evening mentioning his meeting with Gaffin. – Won from the Waves by W.H.G. Kingston
  15. Some writers, perhaps, have been omitted who deserved mention as much as some who have been commented upon. – A History of English Prose Fiction by Bayard Tuckerman
  16. Mr. Broad never omitted this custom of spending an hour and a half on Monday with Mrs. Broad. – The Revolution in Tanner's Lane by Mark Rutherford
  17. No amount was omitted or entered twice over in her memory. – Elizabeth Gilbert and Her Work for the Blind by Frances Martin
  18. But Ashe had written- evidently in a press of business- from the House, and had omitted to mention his temporary change of address. – The Marriage of William Ashe by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  19. I went to my daily task of devotion with a heavy heart, and returned from it with no other sense of comfort but that I had not omitted it. – Coelebs In Search of a Wife by Hannah More
  20. 5, is omitted here. – Christology of the Old Testament: And a Commentary on the Messianic Predictions. Vol. 2 by Ernst Hengstenberg