Definition of omit:
include, cast off, pull up, command, exclude, drop off, turn out, get out, fail, pull, degenerate, ask out, escape, count out, strike down, chuck out, discard, prohibit, withdraw, look out on, reject, turf out, do, neglect, put down, discharge, lack, preclude, pretermit, extract, except, leave out, boot out, shut, fell, shake off, throw off, shed, slight, withhold, throw, buy food, dismiss, default, pass over, set down, cast, dribble, accept, demur, draw off, drop, debar, deteriorate, draw out, move out, throw away, devolve, send packing, dangle, pass by, look out over, overlook, expend, spend, overtop, remove, unpack, pull out, invite out, disregard, dominate, repudiate, overleap, look across, ignore, flatten, send away, vault, cast aside, cut out, unload, take away, bar, drip, drop down, eject, miss, take out, draw, sink, knock off, swing, shut out, leave off, excerpt, cut down, keep out.
- forget (part of speech: verb)
- obliterate (part of speech: verb)
- leave (part of speech: verb)
- "NAPOLEON AND BLUCHER", L. Muhlbach.
- "Slips of Speech", John H. Bechtel.
Her father tossed away his cigar abruptly " Is it too much to hope," he inquired, " that when you discover a gentleman with whom you desire to waltz all night, you will omit to mention the fact to him?"- "The Two Vanrevels", Booth Tarkington.