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intromit

verb in·tro·mit \-ˈmit\
in·tro·mit·tedin·tro·mit·ting

Definition of INTROMIT

transitive verb
:  to send or put in :  insert
in·tro·mit·tent \-ˈmi-tənt\ adjective
in·tro·mit·ter \-tər\ noun

Origin of INTROMIT

Latin intromittere, from intro- + mittere to send
First Known Use: circa 1588

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