dismissal

[ dis-mis-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF dismissal

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His dismissal from the staff was a wise move, tempered by unexpected clemency.

"There—if it's correct, that's all," she told him in a tone of dismissal, and waited openly for him to go.

His dismissal of himself from his description, was hardly less remarkable.

For the third time he looked up at her, and there was dismissal in his glance.

She moved her head slowly, a sign of assent, also of dismissal.

For disgrace and dismissal he was prepared, but not for this.

I could have cried out at her cruelty, for in her words I could but read my dismissal from her service.

Touching her dismissal of him, he permitted himself no illusions.

Nor was it known the reason of his dismissal from his calling.

It was a sad walk which he took homeward on the morning of his dismissal.

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