Miss

All Noun Verb
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  • These products and others are missing simply because no one has added them.
  • Have we not miss'd the way this same dark night? Cited from A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Vol. VII (4th edn.), Various
  • She must not miss now -- she would not miss -- and she did not.
  • Miss Scott built the first structure on the site in that same year.
  • Those who were unable to fast still must make up the days missed later.
  • He never missed an hour of work, nor was late to a call.
  • Although he enjoyed my business, he found he missed police work very much.
  • Like many players of his era, he missed three seasons due to military service.
  • I will greatly miss him now that he is gone.
  • On the whole it gave good results but missed a little here and there.
  • He would struggle with nearly every aspect of his game and miss the cut.
  • The following day, he returned to the scene with a friend whose sister was missing.
  • The album includes older songs that just missed being on the debut.
  • What happened is not exactly clear as the original police report is missing.
  • She tells him she misses how they were originally, before he got rich.
  • Do you suppose you can ever turn me into a bread-and-butter miss? Cited from Delia Blanchflower, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • Do you suppose you can ever turn me into a bread-and-butter miss? Cited from Delia Blanchflower, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • It's not like I'm going to miss any of it.
  • He missed the birth of his son and his early death.
  • It is the same size and color as the original and is even missing an eye.
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Meaning of Miss

  • noun A failure to hit (or meet or find etc)
  • noun A form of address for an unmarried woman
  • verb Fail to perceive or to catch with the senses or the mind
    I missed that remark, She missed his point, We lost part of what he said
  • verb Feel or suffer from the lack of
    He misses his mother
  • verb Fail to attend an event or activity
    I missed the concert, He missed school for a week
  • verb Fail to reach or get to
    She missed her train
  • verb Be without
    This soup lacks salt, There is something missing in my jewelry box!
  • verb Fail to reach
    The arrow missed the target
  • verb Be absent
    The child had been missing for a week
  • verb Fail to experience
    Fortunately, I missed the hurricane