dismission

NOUN
  1. the termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart)
  2. official notice that you have been fired from your job
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How To Use dismission In A Sentence

  • Drawn by a total revulsion of ideas from the chain of thinking that had led him to composition, he relinquished his annotations in resentment of this dismission, when he might have pursued them uninterruptedly without neglect of other avocations. Camilla
  •   He nodded without speaking, that dismission disguised as courtesy and good training, and turned his shoulders to continue his day, away from her. LYES
  • No! – I will remain here but to let her know I acquiesce in her dismission, and to learn in what form she has communicated our breach to her friends. ' Camilla
  • He nodded without speaking, that dismission disguised as courtesy and good training, and turned his shoulders to continue his day, away from her. LYES
  • She wished it to be completely re-written; protesting, that a man who, in all probability, was a mere fortune-hunter, would infer from so gentle a dismission encouragement rather than repulse. Camilla
  • Enchanted by so unexpected a dismission, his favourite scheme of life seemed accorded to him, and he pressed Camilla to his bosom, in a transport of joy. Camilla
  • Three essential systems need to be established, they are the professional certificate system, professional manager ranked system and managers' appoint and dismission system by market.
  • Ownership of equities by inheritors, creditors or other beneficiaries in accordance with law due to bankruptcy, dismission , cancellation, revocation, or death of an investor in the enterprise.
  • She saw with pleasure that all Bellamy had inspired was the most artless compassion; for since his dismission had now positively been given, and Clermont was actually summoned, she devoted her thoughts solely to the approaching event, with the firm, though early wisdom which distinguished her character. Camilla
  • From heaven John had received his command, and he would go on in his work till he thence received his countermand, and would have his dismission from the same hand that gave him his commission. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)
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