dropped, withheld, also missed, cut out, unnamed, not included, passed over, excised, slighted, ignored, uninserted, disregarded, not present, excepted, barred, precluded, passed by, rejected, repudiated, unmentioned, prohibited, excluded, unnoted, counted out, kept out, unnoticed
forgot (part of speech: verb)
obliterated (part of speech: verb)
left (part of speech: verb)
absent (part of speech: adjective)
- But now that we are determining what classes of subjects are or are not to be spoken of, let us see whether any have been omitted by us. - "Plato's Republic", Plato.
- She was quite aware that her Aunt Margaret, in her explanation as hitherto given, had not mentioned Tom's name, and was sure that it had not been omitted without reason. - "Ayala's Angel", Anthony Trollope.
- When he came to the last sentence he hesitated for a moment, and then omitted it altogether. - "The Aran Islands", John M. Synge.