miss out
Verb

miss out

  1. To miss an experience or lose an opportunity, etc. that should not be missed.
    Anybody who does not try the homemade ice cream is really missing out.
    I think he's going to miss out on the opportunity to date her if he doesn't hurry.
  2. (chiefly, British) To leave out, to omit.
    • 2010 November 8, Meanwhile, in the TARDIS... (mini-episodes included in the fifth season of Doctor Who):
      DOCTOR (as the TARDIS is showing pictures of his previous companions): Miss out the metal dog, why don't you?
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