demit

[ dih-mit ]SEE DEFINITION OF demit

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEMIT

My own chieftaincy I could demit without regret, knowing that it would fall into your hands.

So that La Mettrie had to demit; to get out of France rather in a hurry, lest worse befell.

But no man is entitled to a demit, unless at the time of demanding it he be in good standing and free from all charges.

The right to demit or resign never has, until within a few years, been denied.

Yas suh, dey had to have a demit to go any place outside work hours.

Isnard, repentant of that search on which river-bank Paris stood, declares himself ready to demit.

The avenger of blood may not demit his duty until some member of the other tribe has been killed.

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