Definition Of dismiss

verb

order or allow to leave; send away.

she dismissed the taxi at the corner of the road

Example Of dismiss

  • Before they got up, they looked at Gunshinot as he spoke a few more words before he dismissed them.

  • But political opponents sought to dismiss the latest moves to modernise.

  • Even without such resistance, a little flexibility proved useless, since managers wanting to cut costs were not allowed to dismiss workers.

  • Factor 1 concerned disapproval and efforts to dismiss the thought.

  • He offered critiques that required you to read and understand old theories, not new theories that allowed you to dismiss everything prior as irrelevant.


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