Omission

Omission,

Definition of Omission:

  1. Apathy toward, or neglect of, duty resulting in something not properly done or remaining undone.

Synonyms of Omission

Sisyphean labor, Abbreviation, Abridgment, Absence, Arrearage, Atrocity, Bad policy, Balk, Ban, Bar, Barring, Beggary, Bevue, Blank, Blockade, Blue-penciling, Bowdlerization, Boycott, Breach, Break, Cancellation, Censoring, Censorship, Chasm, Circumscription, Crime, Crime against humanity, Culpa, Culpable negligence, Deadly sin, Debarment, Debarring, Defalcation, Default, Defect, Defectiveness, Deficiency, Deficit, Deletion, Delinquency, Demarcation, Deprivation, Dereliction, Destitution, Disconformity, Discontinuity, Disregard, Dropping, Drought, Editing, Elimination, Embargo, Endless task, Enormity, Erasure, Error, Evil, Exception, Excision, Excluding, Exclusion, Expurgation, Failure, False move, False step, Famine, Fault, Felony, Gap, Genocide, Guilty act, Heavy sin, Hiatus, Imperfection, Impolicy, Impoverishment, Impropriety, Inadmissibility, Inadvertence, Inadvertency, Inattention, Incompleteness, Indiscretion, Inexecution, Inexpedience, Inexpediency, Inexpiable sin, Iniquity, Injunction, Injury, Injustice, Inobservance, Interval, Laches, Lack, Lacuna, Laissez-faire, Lapse, Lapsus calami, Lapsus linguae, Laxity, Laxness, Leaving out, Lockout, Loose ends, Loose thread, Looseness, Maladministration, Malefaction, Malfeasance, Malpractice, Malum, Minor wrong, Misadministration, Misconduct, Miscue, Misdeed, Misdemeanor, Misdirection, Misfeasance, Misgovernment, Misguidance, Mishandling, Mismanagement, Misrule, Missing link, Misstep, Mortal sin, Narrowing, Need, Neglect, Neglectfulness, Negligence, Nonaccomplishment, Nonachievement, Nonadherence, Nonadmission, Noncompliance, Nonconformance, Nonconformity, Nonconsummation, Nondischarging, Nonexecution, Nonfeasance, Nonfulfillment, Noninterference, Nonobservance, Nonperformance, Nonrestriction, Offense, Omitting, Outage, Outrage, Overlook, Overlooking, Oversight, Peccadillo, Peccancy, Permissiveness, Poor stewardship, Preclusion, Preterition, Procrastination, Prohibition, Rejection, Relegation, Remissness, Repudiation, Restriction, Rough edges, Shortage, Shortcoming, Shortfall, Sin, Sin of commission, Sin of omission, Sinful act, Skip, Skipping, Slackness, Slight, Slip, Slipup, Starvation, Striking, Stumble, Taboo, Tort, Transgression, Trespass, Trip, Ullage, Unfulfillment, Unobservance, Unrigorousness, Unutterable sin, Venial sin, Want, Wantage, Work of Penelope, Wrong, Wrong step, Wrongdoing

How to use Omission in a sentence?

  1. By the omission of critical documentation on the project, the programmer was able to get the product out faster, but that also made any updates much more painful for other developers.
  2. Sometimes it is better to make an error in co mission than it is to make an error in omission and miss an opportunity.
  3. The employee was upset which led to omission of data and many problems for both the computing and financial departments.

Meaning of Omission & Omission Definition