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miss

(Long for), verb desiderate, desire, pine for, reeret the loss

miss

(Overlook), verb disregard, fail to accomplish, fail to attain, fail to catch, fail to hear, fail to perform, fail to reeeive, fail to see, fail to understand, fall short, gloss over, go amiss, go astray, ignore, lack, let slip, let the moment pass, lose, lose an opportunity, miscarry, miscue, misfire, miss a chance, miss the mark, not succeed, omit, overlook, prove unsuccessful, skip
See also: disregard, fail, ignore, lack, lose, miscue, need, neglect, omit, overlook, pretermit, require
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Despite the hype, this was very missable television.
Wayne Rooney, everyone's favourite teenage superhero, is suspended and so too is one of his England predecessors Kevin Phillips, which should in theory make the Goodison Park showdown between Everton and Southampton even more missable than usual.
After Ernie putted out they headed off to the next tee, which is very disturbing as all putts are missable on these greens.
I am dying for Duval to win again because he made a lot of friends in the UK with his heartfelt victory speech at last year's Open and by the way he conceded a missable putt to Darren Clarke on the closing hole in the Ryder Cup singles - and this week is another chance.
because a very missable bore-draw appears likely in front of the Sky cameras tonight.
A heavyweight rugby league tussle between bitter rivals St Helens and Wigan might satisfy some but the Premiership footy between Charlton and Newcastle is well missable.
Italy's draw alongside Nigeria and the host nation makes them missable at similar odds, so Spain, winner of last year's World Youth Championship in Nigeria, get the vote at 4-1.
A modest, missable presence was a useful thing in Annawadi, the sumpy plug of slum in which he lived.
RunPee' developers watch all the latest releases and work out the most missable moments and then informs accordingly when one should go to the toilet, Metro.
THERE was a time not that long ago that the BBC's review of the sporting year achieved the almost impossible feat of being missable.
Boyle might just have re-invented the most missable part of any major event - and he did it with a British bang and a typical flourish of humour.
3) For no apparent reason dismissible and missable have different spellings of the -ble suffix.