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dis mist

  • v  bar from attention or consideration
    She dismissed his advances
  • v  cease to consider; put out of judicial consideration
    This case is dismissed!
  • v  stop associating with
  • v  terminate the employment of; discharge from an office or position
  • v  end one's encounter with somebody by causing or permitting the person to leave
    I was dismissed after I gave my report
  • v  declare void
  • s  having lost your job

  • For President Hamid Karzai there can be no room for error, and so this weekend he dismissed his Afghan bodyguards and replaced them with 46 American soldiers.
  • Rhee dismissed the principal before the school year was out, a move that sparked outrage across the city and in her own home.
  • They dismissed her unfinished seams and asymmetrical cuts as absurd.
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