from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Sending away; dismissing to another jurisdiction.
- Granting leave to depart.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
"Well, that is all," said the host with a dismissory air, as he got up from his seat.
That the monks themselves go not from place to place; that is, from one monastery to another, without letters dismissory of their own abbot; (261) but that they shall continue in that obedience which they promised at the time of their conversion.
First, there are those which are not letters at all -- as letters-patent, letters dismissory, letters enclosing bills, letters of administration,
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