Miss synonyms

mĭs
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(Geordie) A sweetheart.
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Something personified as a woman that has control, power, etc.
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To desire strongly, so as to satisfy an appetite; to long or yearn for.
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(Chiefly Scotland, Northern England, Geordie, Northumbrian) A young girl, a lass, especially one seen as a sweetheart.
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A female animal or plant
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Used as a courtesy title before the surname or full name of a woman or girl:
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Title for a woman
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Title for a woman
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To wish or long for; want:
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To feel deep pity, sympathy, or tenderness:
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To fail to catch
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To drop (troops or supplies) by parachute; airdrop
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To touch or handle nervously or idly:
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To work or act ineptly or inefficiently.
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(Sports) To fail to make (a catch).
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To goof is defined as to make a mistake, or to do something to waste time, usually used with "up" or "off."
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To fail to catch
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To do or deal with poorly or clumsily.
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To leave.
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To fail to catch
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To keep (more than two activities, for example) in motion or progress at one time:
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(Archaic) To delouse
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To boot is to kick out, or to start up a computer.
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To fail to hit
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(Idiomatic) To fail to reach the result that was intended
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To fail to hit
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To go past something; to go too far.
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To bring an aircraft down short of (the runway, landing field, etc.) while trying to land
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To fail to hit
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To fail to hit
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To fail to hit
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To fail to hit
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To fail to hit
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To refrain from (doing something):
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(Archaic) To hold back, to restrain (someone or something). [from 14th c.]
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To stop or desist; to quit
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To attract and hold (a faculty or organ of sense). [from 17th c.]
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To snatch or try to snatch something
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To cause to wait or delay.
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(Intransitive, baseball) To come up to bat.
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(Slang) To begin talking. Often used in the imperative:
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To cause to do.
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The difference between a computed or estimated result and the actual value, as in mathematics
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An error or fault resulting from defective judgment, deficient knowledge, or carelessness.
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(Informal) A female sweetheart:
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To be under the necessity of or the obligation to:
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To feel the need of; long for; crave
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(Intransitive) Refrain from (something); hold one's self aloof; to forbear or keep from doing, especially an indulgence of the passions or appetites. [First attested around 1350 to 1470.]
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To treat without due respect; slight
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To be wrong or mistaken; fall into error
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To break loose from confinement; get free:
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To miss, neglect, or omit: used with an infinitive
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To feel a want
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Fault is defined as to blame or to commit a mistake.
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To botch; bungle.
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(--- Informal) To disregard on purpose. Usually used in the imperative:
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To disregard deliberately; pay no attention to; refuse to consider
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The definition of lack is to have an absence of something that should be there.
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To go wrong; fail: said of a plan, project, etc.
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To make a miscue.
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To fail to ignite properly or at the right time
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To pay little or no attention to; fail to heed; disregard:
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To feel a want
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To fail or neglect (to do something):
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To fail to notice or consider; miss:
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To throw (something), making it skim, ricochet, or bounce over a surface.
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One that is successful:
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The act or fact of being victorious; victory; success; achievement
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(Slang) a feat, an (extraordinary) achievement (opposite of a fail)
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General title or respect of an adult male.
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To ascend the throne after the removal the death of the occupant.
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fail, make a mistake
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want; feel a loss
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Lose is defined as to wind up without something or to fail in a competition.
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To wear away by degrees; to impair gradually; to diminish by constant loss; to use up; to consume; to spend; to wear out.
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To grow vigorously or luxuriantly; improve physically
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A diminutive of the female given name Melissa.
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Used other than as an idiom: young lady.
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a young woman
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a young woman
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To intentionally disregard something, allow it to go unnoticed, or change the subject in response to someone's comment; to omit or fail to carry out something; to prematurely terminate or interrupt something.
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To leap over or across
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​ To be present at (an event or place) in order to take part in some action or proceedings. [from 17th c.]
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To suffer from:
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The difference between optimal and actual output in a mechanical device.
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The definition of a blunder is a foolish mistake.
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An unlucky or unfortunate accident
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Find another word for miss. In this page you can discover 94 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for miss, like: lass, mistress, crave, lassie, female, ms, mademoiselle (French), señorita (Spanish), desire, yearn and snatch at.