Etymology
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pretermit (v.)

1510s, "neglect to do, leave undone," from Latin praetermittere "let pass, overlook," from praeter- (see preter-) + mittere "to release, let go; send, throw" (see mission). From 1530s as "intentionally omit, leave unnoticed or unmentioned." Related: Pretermitted; pretermitting.

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Definitions of pretermit

pretermit (v.)
disregard intentionally or let pass;
pretermit (v.)
leave undone or leave out;
Synonyms: neglect / omit / drop / miss / leave out / overlook / overleap
From wordnet.princeton.edu