leave out[ leev ]SEE DEFINITION OF leave out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LEAVE OUT
Leave out seven of the whites, and beat the other seven to a stiff froth.
My stacks of unused notes remind me of how much I have had to leave out.
Or leave out the anchovies and gravy, and do it as above, either with or without salt and ketchup, as may be most approved.
My son, leave out of your narrative the faults of others and name no one.
She paints with miniature sensibility and knows best of all what to leave out.
He said he did n't like the sound of it and he wished I 'd leave out the swearing.
One cannot say, for instance, that—But I am afraid I must leave out that instance, because one cannot say it.
I'll leave out 'Batting average' if it makes it more truthful.
You seem to know by instinct just what to leave out and put in.
I suppose not; but I like them all, and I dislike to leave out anyone.