Origin of dismiss
synonym study for dismiss
OTHER WORDS FROM dismissdis·miss·i·ble, adjectivepre·dis·miss, verb (used with object)re·dis·miss, verb (used with object)un·dis·missed, adjective
How to use dismiss in a sentence
In a music museum, you do not dismiss that and talk about it next year.
About 40% of infections are spread by asymptomatic people with high viral loads, so antigen tests, however imperfect, shouldn’t be dismissed, he said.Rapid Testing Is Less Accurate Than the Government Wants to Admit|by Lisa Song|November 16, 2020|ProPublica
More recently, Milley appeared to get in a public spat with O’Brien on leaving Afghanistan, dismissing O’Brien’s statement about a more rapid timeline than the official plan calls for as “speculation.”Amid Pentagon upheaval, military officers face a fraught few months|Missy Ryan, Dan Lamothe, Greg Jaffe, Josh Dawsey|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
At the time, the game was dismissed as a standard and confusing online shooter.‘Godfall’ impressions: A solid, sometimes boring adventure|Gene Park|November 11, 2020|Washington Post
However, when the concept of compensation rewards surfaced, Workday’s Taylor dismissed the idea.Improving inclusion is more about allowing failure than rewarding success|lbelanger225|November 11, 2020|Fortune
This would be dismissible, but it actually had an insidious impact.