Origin of submission
Examples from the Web for resubmission
Historical Examples of resubmission
Attentive consideration of its provisions leads me to withhold it from resubmission to the Senate.A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents
The gains in the various campaigns were not sufficient, they argued, to warrant the expense of resubmission in the near future.
- an act or instance of submitting
- something submitted; a proposal, argument, etc
- the quality or condition of being submissive to another
- the act of referring a document, etc, for the consideration of someone else
- an agreement by the parties to a dispute to refer the matter to arbitration
- the instrument referring a disputed matter to arbitration
- (in wrestling) the act of causing such pain to one's opponent that he submitsCompare fall (def. 48)
- archaic a confession of error
late 14c., "act of referring to a third party for judgment or decision," from Old French submission, from Latin submissionem (nominative submissio) "a lowering, sinking, yielding," noun of action from past participle stem of submittere "lower, reduce, yield" (see submit). Sense of "humble obedience" is first recorded mid-15c. Modern French submission has been replaced by doublet soumission.