Definition of dismission :
1. Rejection; a setting aside as trivial, invalid, or unworthy of consideration.
2. Removal from office or employment; discharge, either with honor or with disgrace.
3. The act dismissing or sending away; permission to leave; leave to depart; dismissal; as, the dismission of the grand jury.
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- He therefore treated the Duke of Nevers with great indignity, and finally gave him an abrupt dismission. - "Henry IV, Makers of History", John S. C. Abbott.
- But she impressed it upon the mind of her friend that, if unable to procure his dismission, she ought at least to do what she could to protect her cousin from the awful consequences of such false teaching: if she was present, he would not say such things as he would in her absence, for it was plain he was under restraint with her! - "Donal Grant", George MacDonald.
- They form this phrase in many different fashions, and yet each man of them pretends that what he approves, is just like the construction of a regular noun: Just as we say, 'What is the reason of this person's hasty dismission of his servant. - "The Grammar of English Grammars", Goold Brown.