dimissory

adjective
dim·​is·​so·​ry | \ˈdiməˌsōrē, -sȯr-, -ri sometimes də̇ˈmisər- or dīˈm-\

Definition of dimissory 

: dismissing or granting leave to depart

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History and Etymology for dimissory

Medieval Latin dimissorius dimissory and commendatory, from Late Latin, submitting a matter to a higher court, from Latin dimissus (past participle of dimittere to dismiss) + -orius -ory

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