To Ómit. v.a. [omitto, Lat.]
- To leave out; not to mention.
These personal comparisons I omit, because I would say nothing that may favour of a spirit of flattery. Bacon.
Great Cato there, for gravity renown'd,
Who can omit the Gracchi, who declare
The Scipio's worth? Dryden, Æn. vi.
- To neglect to practice.
Her father omitted nothing in her education, that might make her the most accomplished woman of her age. Addis.