noun di·mis·sion \də̇ˈmishən, dīˈ-\

Definition of dimission



  1. :  dismissal or discharge a letter of dimission

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Origin and Etymology of dimission

Middle English, conveyance by lease, from Medieval Latin dimission-, dimissio, from Latin, dismissal, discharge, from dimissus (past participle of dimittere to dismiss) + -ion-, -io -ion

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a trip made at another's expense

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