pretermission

noun
pre·ter·mis·sion | \ˌprē-tər-ˈmi-shən \

Definition of pretermission 

: the act or an instance of pretermitting : omission

First Known Use of pretermission

1581, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for pretermission

Latin praetermission-, praetermissio, from praetermittere

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pretermission

noun
pre·ter·mis·sion | \ˌprē-tər-ˈmi-shən \

Legal Definition of pretermission 

: the act or an instance of pretermitting

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