Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • That can intromit or let in (light); relating to intromission.

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Examples

  • Suhrawardi begins with a criticism and a rejection of the prevalent ˜extramissive™ and ˜intromissive™ theories of vision on account of the materialist implications of the imprinting of forms in the material substratum of the eye.

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