Synonyms of omission in English:

omission

noun

  • 1 there also appear to be some significant omissions from the Commission's report
    deletion, cut, exclusion, gap, blank, lacuna, hiatus;
    [Antonyms] addition, inclusion
  • 2 the omission of the verb gives the sentence immediacy
    [Antonyms] addition, inclusion
  • 3 the damage to the goods was not caused by any act or omission by the carrier
    negligence, neglect, neglectfulness, dereliction, forgetfulness, oversight, disregard, non-fulfilment, default, lapse, failure;
    rare delinquency, misprision
    [Antonyms] conscientiousness
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