Thesaurus / leave out
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This is the way it works: we draw the lines which hold a letter, but leave out the letter.
Whence arise, if we leave out the mixed forms, two principal types—the calculating, the venturesome.
My poor Sarah will get shock enough over this letter as 'tis; but she'll get a worse one if we leave out the money order.
SHINING FERRYSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
To them, our stories are just exciting fun, because we leave out the rough parts.
"You leave out a fine point, to my mind, Captain Booth," the Colonel said quickly.
THE MILITANTSMARY RAYMOND SHIPMAN ANDREWS
I think you would almost feel obliged to leave out the part of Hamlet in representing him to your Audience: for fear of Mischief.
What to leave out presents itself as a most pressing problem, not easily solved; for, alas!
WARWICKSHIRECLIVE HOLLAND
What word makes you sick if you leave out one of its letters?
And leave out 'at sea;' it gives too much to the other party.
DONALD AND DOROTHYMARY MAPES DODGE
If I omit the first the and also leave out the suffixed -s, I obtain an entirely new set of relations.
LANGUAGEEDWARD SAPIR

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.