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For its part, the Wounded Warrior Project dismisses much of the criticism.

More and more, Obama seems like a passive observer of events who dismisses criticism as superficial.

But Carroll dismisses any notion that she was acting on behalf of her now-former boss, Governor Christie, like many believe.

Yet surprisingly, the woman who originated this annual cavalcade now dismisses the spectacle she seemingly created.

Like many self-rule foes, Hussein dismisses plans for a regional government as a PYD bid to establish a political monopoly.

Joanna enters to offer the Prince her thanks for his chivalrous defence of her fair name, and dismisses the other courtiers.

"Oh, we destroyed the negative long ago," the person behind the counter thus dismisses me.

Mr. Leaf himself dismisses the story of the Athenian appeal to Homer for proof of their claim as "a fiction."

Cicero's evidence, almost a translation of the Greek passages already cited, Lobeck dismisses as purely rhetorical.

His tender heart dismisses the one painful supposition which could possibly arise.


On this page you'll find 179 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dismisses, such as: decline, expel, disband, reject, release, and dissolve.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.