We had several things stolen, and amongst other things a camp oven, which we miss much.
She was wont to grace our halls, and we miss much her stately presence.
If you were in sight of his beaky nose and bold, black eyes, you were not likely to miss much of what was going on.
But for him we should miss much of the strength and vigour that distinguishes the real from the false Botticelli.
Otherwise, he will miss much that is significant and characterizing in their actions.
He who has found this "pearl of great price" can afford to miss much else in life and yet go on his way rejoicing.
Apparently I did not miss much of interest, for the station was one of the quietest and dullest I have ever seen.
But, indeed, we should miss much of the biographic interest of the last two sonnets by detaching them from the two first.
"You don't seem to miss much," was Gaultier's sharp remark, pausing in his narrative to light a cigar.