Dimissory

Dim'is·so·ry adjective [ Latin dimissorius : confer French dimissoire . See Dimit .] Sending away; dismissing to another jurisdiction; granting leave to depart. Letters dimissory (Eccl.) , letters given by a bishop dismissing a person who is removing into anot
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dimissory

Sending away; dismissing to another jurisdiction; granting leave to depart. Letters dimissory, letters given by a bishop dismissing a person who is removing into another diocese, and recommending him for reception there. ... Origin: L. Dimissorius: cf. F. Dimissoire. See Dimit. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Dimissory

• (a.) Sending away; dismissing to another jurisdiction; granting leave to depart.
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dimissory

sending away or giving leave to depart; dismissing
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