Ommision vs. Omission: What's the Difference?
The incorrect spelling is "ommision," while the correct spelling is "omission." "Omission" refers to the act of leaving something out or excluding it
Which is correct: Ommision or Omission
How to spell Omission?
Ommision is Incorrect
Omission is Correct
Remember "omission" has one 'm' and two 's's, just like "mission."
Think of the word "omit," which also has one 'm.'
Link "omission" with "commission"; both have one 'm' and two 's's.
Use a mnemonic: "Omitting 'm' in omission would be an omission itself."
Remind yourself that the word "mission" is part of "omission" and is spelled with one 'm.'
Ommision and Omission Definitions
Ommision is an incorrect spelling of omission.
Deliberately not including something important.
The omission of key evidence changed the case.
An item or detail that is left out.
One glaring omission was the lack of citations.
Omission is the act of leaving something out.
The omission of his name was accidental.
Excluding or neglecting to do something.
The omission of a greeting was seen as rude.
Failing to act or take proper care.
Omission of daily exercise can affect health.
The act or an instance of omitting.
The state of having been omitted.
Something omitted or neglected.
(uncountable) The act of omitting.
(uncountable) The act of neglecting to perform an action one has an obligation to do.
E&O insurance (for errors and omissions) covers both errors of commission and errors of omission.
(countable) An instance of those acts, or the thing left out thereby; something deleted or left out.
The suspicious omissions in the new edition of the book attracted claims of censorship.
Something not done or neglected.
The lack of a sponge count was an omission by the surgical team.
(grammar) The shortening of a word or phrase, using an apostrophe ( ' ) to replace the missing letters, often used to approximate the sound of speech or a specific dialect.
The act of omitting; neglect or failure to do something required by propriety or duty.
The most natural division of all offenses is into those of omission and those of commission.
That which is omitted or is left undone.
A mistake resulting from neglect
Something that has been omitted;
She searched the table for omissions
Any process whereby sounds are left out of spoken words or phrases
Neglecting to do something; leaving out or passing over something
What is the root word of omission?
The root word is "omit," from Latin "omittere."
Which vowel is used before omission?
Depends on the preceding word in a sentence.
Why is it called omission?
It's called omission because it refers to the act of leaving something out or not including it.
What is the verb form of omission?
Which conjunction is used with omission?
"And," "or," "but" can be used.
Is omission a negative or positive word?
Generally neutral, but often used in negative contexts.
What is the pronunciation of omission?
What is the plural form of omission?
What is the singular form of omission?
Which preposition is used with omission?
"Of," "in," and "by" can be used.
How many syllables are in omission?
How do we divide omission into syllables?
What is another term for omission?
Is omission a countable noun?
What part of speech is omission?
Is omission an adverb?
Which determiner is used with omission?
"The," "an," "some," "any" can be used.
Is omission a vowel or consonant?
It's a word, not a vowel or consonant.
Is omission a collective noun?
Is the word omission imperative?
What is the opposite of omission?
How is omission used in a sentence?
"The omission of pertinent information was a serious oversight."
Which article is used with omission?
"The" or "an" depending on context.
Is omission a noun or adjective?
Is omission an abstract noun?
Is the omission term a metaphor?
It can be used metaphorically.
What is a stressed syllable in omission?
The second syllable, "mis," is stressed.
What is the first form of omission?
Omission (base form)
What is the second form of omission?
There's no second form; it's a noun.
What is the third form of omission?
There's no third form; it's a noun.
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