submiss

[ suh b-mis ]
/ səbˈmɪs /

adjective Archaic.

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Origin of submiss

1560–70; < Latin submissus (past participle of submittere to submit)
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submiss
/ (səbˈmɪs) /

adjective archaic, or poetic

docile; submissive
soft in tone

Word Origin for submiss

C16: from Latin submissus lowered, gentle, from submittere to reduce, from sub- + mittere to send
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