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Correct spelling:
A failure.
An unmarried woman or girl; title of an unmarried woman.
To fail to hit, find, or keep; to omit; feel the want of.
To fail to hit; to fail.
err (verb)
miscalculate, misjudge, mistake.
titles (noun)
Justice, Esq., Hon., the Honorable, honorific, Judge, Jr., Lady, Her/Your Ladyship, dame.
lack (verb)
lack, need, require, want, default.
failure (noun)
lapse, fiasco, breakdown, malfunction, debacle, failure.
Other synonyms:
Mac, flop, err, missy, chalk something up, lady friend, set down, dribble, mislay, send packing, drop off, girlfriend, run, degenerate, hightail it, except, have no conception of something, queen bee, flatten, recede, run away, take out, error, throw, evade, sit by, unload, let nature take its course, break loose, miss the point, fly the coop, look across, cut down, lassie, not have a clue, female child, dangle, take to the woods, drip, misunderstand, break away, dude, shed, minus, scarper, cut out, fire, hedge, engagement, birdie, choo-choo, assist, girl, bother, cushion, crash, starved, bang, stumble, maid, nymph, bookable, dud, fall short, biological clock, go, maiden, fail, amenorrhoea, look out on, play it safe, miss out, exclude, all, have a narrow/lucky escape, get out, dear, the change of life, fall back, deadlock, get by, devolve, command, recognize, vault, aisle seat, throw off, overtop, female, amenorrhea, head for the hills, menopause, booking, sheila &amp, boo-boo, fizzle, flood, cold, escape, get down, pass up, overlook, pretermit, misconstrue, afloat, make no move, misplace, notice, filly, stand by, elude, young woman, mistake, little girl, pick out, drop, regret, trip up, AK, lam, suffer, Ark., swing, dismiss, spot, strike down, menses, mourn, can't bring yourself to do something, let down, upset yourself, mishap, bomb, turn tail, the curse, get someone wrong, feel sorry for someone, mister, Ala., mistress, AL, mess up, used, bus, concede, menstrual, detect, aboard, attack, cycle, AZ, CA, be unclear about/as to something, foul up, Ariz., slip up, leave off, neglect, ma'am, bury, tell, devoid, menstrual cycle, cast off, lose, pine, big, buster, languish, cramps, bunny, fille, young lady, drop down, observe, shake off, thrive, omit to do something, slip, buddy, cast, retreat, get off, misfire, provide against, bitch, stretched, skate over/around, minx, book on, New Zealand, want for, discharge, fell, discover, backfire, blunder, bow-wow, send away, disregard, get away, demoiselle, miscarry, AR, aggregate, bereft of something, turn a loss, board, knock off, discern, expend, burn up, throw away, lose out, ignore, take evasive action, damsel, deficient, ache, spend, scat, grind, look out over, madam, booking office, omit, misinterpret, refrain, put down, fall behind, arr., collapse, deprived, deteriorate, B.C., dominate, cross, fishwife, idle, founder, overleap, daughter, incomplete, sonny, sink, identify, lass, waste, bunk, grieve, Alas., lose your grip (on something), lack, leave out, abstain.
Examples of usage:
  1. I don't want to miss anything. - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.
  2. " Why, it's Miss she said. Frettlby," - "The Mystery of a Hansom Cab", Fergus Hume.
  3. Where did you find her, miss? - "Christina", L. G. Moberly.

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