dismissed

[ dis-mis ]SEE DEFINITION OF dismissed

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISMISSED

Just you speak to father about it, and get him dismissed from the factory.

But he had now been dismissed from it, not by academical, but by political agencies.

You remember what his dismissed bailiff said of him and of his associates.

Mary dismissed Garson presently, and betook herself to her bedroom for a nap.

I am satisfied, and will trouble you no more when these few lines are dismissed.

She, therefore, wiped away her tears, and dismissed her anxiety.

As soon as school was dismissed, Mr. Holbrook turned to him.

Vargrave willingly consented, and dismissed his own servants.

Duncan dismissed this paltry consideration with a princely gesture.

She seemed to rally at the sight of him; the nurse was dismissed, they were left alone.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DISMISSED

replaced

adjectivehaving another in one's place
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