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omission (oh MISH uhn) (s) (noun)
, omissions (pl)
Something that has not been included or done: There is still an omission
of Grant's name from the list of those who will be invited to meet with the special committee.
There was an important omission in the special report and, because it was so significant, the other staff members wanted to know why it wasn't there.
It was a serious omission that the military newspaper forgot to add an article about General Oliver's new rank as the base commander.
(oh MISH uhn) (noun
Something which is left undone or neglected: The omission of the title page in Marina's essay was quickly remedied.
(OH vuhr sight") (noun
1. Supervision; responsible care: Andrew maintained oversight of the project from start to finish.
2. An accidental error: The fact that Jose's name was left off the list was a complete oversight which was corrected immediately.
The oversight of the banquet was left to Ronda's aunt because she was conscientious and people were confident that there would be no omission of the slightest detail.
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sin of omission (s) (noun)
, sin of omissions (pl)
A sin that is the result of not doing something that we should do: People are responsible to do good to others at all times whenever it is possible and it is sinful to avoid doing it.