verb (used with object), pre·ter·mit·ted, pre·ter·mit·ting.
to let pass without notice; disregard.
to leave undone; neglect; omit.
to suspend or interrupt: The government temporarily pretermitted its repayments of foreign aid.
Origin: 1505–15; Related forms
< Latin praetermittere
to let pass, equivalent to praeter- preter-
to let go, send
pre·ter·mis·sion /ˌpritərˈmɪʃən/ [pree-ter-mish-uhn] Show IPA , noun
is always a great word to know.
So is flibbertigibbet. Does it mean: