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oversight, lapse (noun)
a mistake resulting from inattention
a break or intermission in the occurrence of something
"a lapse of three weeks between letters"
backsliding, lapse, lapsing, relapse, relapsing, reversion, reverting (verb)
a failure to maintain a higher state
sink, pass, lapse (verb)
pass into a specified state or condition
"He sank into nirvana"
end, at least for a long time
"The correspondence lapsed"
lapse, backslide (verb)
drop to a lower level, as in one's morals or standards
relapse, lapse, recidivate, regress, retrogress, fall back (verb)
go back to bad behavior
"Those who recidivate are often minor criminals"
"He lapsed his membership"
elapse, lapse, pass, slip by, glide by, slip away, go by, slide by, go along (verb)
"three years elapsed"
A temporary failure; a slip.
A decline or fall in standards.
A pause in continuity.
An interval of time between events.
A termination of a right etc, through disuse or neglect.
(weather) A marked decrease in air temperature with increasing altitude because the ground is warmer than the surrounding air. This condition usually occurs when skies are clear and between 1100 and 1600 hours, local time. Strong convection currents exist during lapse conditions. For chemical operations, the state is defined as unstable. This condition is normally considered the most unfavorable for the release of chemical agents. See lapse rate.
A common-law rule that if the person to whom property is willed were to die before the testator, then the gift would be ineffective.
To fall away gradually; to subside
To fall into error or heresy
To slip into a bad habit that one is trying to avoid.
To become void
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