Miss and Spot

Miss

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Miss verb – To fail to attend.
Spot is an antonym for miss.
Nearby Words: missed, missing
Antonyms for Miss

Spot

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Spot verb – To make note of (something) through the use of one's eyes.
Usage example: I spotted both of them as they tried to sneak out the back door

Miss is an antonym for spot in see topic.
Nearby Word: spotted
Antonyms for Spot
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How words are described

good good miss good spot
brief brief miss brief spot
single single miss single spot
big big miss big spot
Other adjectives: bad, last.

Common collocations

people miss people spot people
reference miss reference spot reference
point miss point spot point
couple miss couple spot couple
Other nouns: scene, train, episode, way, enemy, times, clues, targets.

Both words in one sentence

  • Surfer Dude The surfer dudes and dudettes think that they've chosen a good spot and miss the sign that reads "EXPLOSIVE TESTING" and are blown to bits when they step on land mines.
    Source: Surfer Dude
  • Webcomic / Grim Tales from Down Below Given an interesting twist in a Blink And You'll Miss It Moment in this strip, see if you can spot it.
  • A test of the system found that the security officers would often spot a lighter - and miss the bomb parts in the same bag.
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Spot and Miss. (2016). Retrieved 2019, December 07, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/miss/spot
Miss & Spot. N.p., 2016. Web. 07 Dec. 2019. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/miss/spot>.
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