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adjective as in excluded

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Berkshire omitted some confidential information with its routine regulatory filing.

From Fortune

Perel is a couples therapist, and each episode features a real counseling session—names and identities, of course, are omitted.

The president’s decision to completely omit the Lekki shootings from his speech was in line with the army’s official stance of denial despite a wealth of video footage which contradicts this claim.

From Quartz

A previous version of this article mistakenly omitted the word “million.”

From Digiday

These were all easily verifiable facts that ProPublica omitted or ignored.

Scott also "intentionally omitted" her two siblings from the will.

Back in Detroit, Shelley called her mother to recount the fight, but she omitted any mention of group sex.

In announcing its 2014 “Priorities,” the SEC omitted any mention of corporate political transparency.

What is typically omitted from this story for the sake of a tolerable holiday celebration is a little historical context.

They say she omitted mention on her citizenship application of having served 10 years as a political prisoner in an Israeli jail.

We understand that the real reason why the fellow was not accommodated was that he omitted to say "Please."

Mr. Chamberlain omitted to mention the last-named impost, but no doubt that was his artfulness.

Some, however, were picked off from the warships when the insurgents omitted their precautionary measure.

The word couthe is needlessly repeated from l. 747, and must be omitted.

The readings pleye, pley are evidently false; the scribe has omitted the stroke for n above the vowel.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to omitted, such as: absent, deleted, erased, expunged, forgotten, and missing.

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