see under not miss a trick.
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How to use miss much in a sentence
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.The Exploits Of Brigadier Gerard | Arthur Conan Doyle
I think a whole lot of some of the boys—yes, of a good many, but there are some whom I wouldn't miss much, I reckon.Peggy Stewart at School | Gabrielle E. Jackson
Otherwise, he will miss much that is significant and characterizing in their actions.Dramatic Technique | George Pierce Baker
"She don't miss much, that's sure," mused Hope, as they passed by the house and approached the corrals.Hope Hathaway | Frances Parker
But, indeed, we should miss much of the biographic interest of the last two sonnets by detaching them from the two first.The Life of John Milton, Volume 5 (of 7), 1654-1660 | David Masson