Synonyms of 'omit'
to fail to include◾Our apologies for omitting your name from the article.
to fail (to do something)◾She had omitted to tell him she was married.
Don't forget that all dogs need a supply of water.
We waited twenty-one years; don't fail us now.
We overlook all sorts of warning signals about our health.
If you don't keep an eye on them, children tend to neglect their homework.
lose sight of
leave (something) undone
let (something) slide
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to leave out in speaking
Drop any reference to socialism.
to remove (a competitor or team) from a contest, esp. following a defeat
I was eliminated from the 400 metres in the semifinals.
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Thesaurus for omit from the Collins English Thesaurus