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intromit

[ in-truh-mit ]

verb (used with object)

, in·tro·mit·ted, in·tro·mit·ting.
  1. to send, put, or let in; introduce; admit.


intromit

/ ˌɪntrəˈmɪt /

verb

  1. rare.
    tr to enter or insert or allow to enter or be inserted


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Derived Forms

  • ˌintroˈmissible, adjective
  • ˌintroˌmissiˈbility, noun
  • ˌintroˈmittent, adjective
  • ˌintroˈmitter, noun

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Other Words From

  • in·tro·mis·si·bil·i·ty [in-tr, uh, -mis-, uh, -, bil, -i-tee], noun
  • intro·missi·ble adjective
  • in·tro·mis·sion [in-tr, uh, -, mish, -, uh, n], noun
  • intro·missive adjective
  • intro·mittent adjective
  • intro·mitter noun
  • unin·tro·missive adjective
  • unin·tro·mitted adjective

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Word History and Origins

Origin of intromit1

1375–1425; late Middle English intromitten < Latin intrōmittere to send in, equivalent to intrō- intro- + mittere to send

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Word History and Origins

Origin of intromit1

C15: from Latin intrōmittere to send in, from intro- + mittere to send

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Example Sentences

That the bishops and kirkmen should be reponed in their former places, and be suffered to intromit with their livings.

The horse-hustler did not believe that the Tomcat would intromit with the possessions of Mr. Cook lacking that gentlemans consent.

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