Definitions for dismissed
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word dismissed
discharged, dismissed, fired, laid-off, pink-slipped(adj)
having lost your job
Dismissed is a reality television show on MTV that premiered in 2001. One person simultaneously takes two others on a date. Each of the daters chooses a place to go, and the person running the date dismisses the person he/she likes the least. Each of the competing daters also has a time-out card. When used, the card allowed the competitor twenty minutes alone with his/her date. An international version called Globally Dismissed aired as well. It is essentially the same thing as the original show, except each person comes from a different country. Dismissed was revamped, and eventually replaced by the series Next. ⁕Reruns of Dismissed have started up again as of October 23, 2006.
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Rank popularity for the word 'dismissed' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #3236
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I tried to counsel him on how to handle the situation, but he dismissed my advice.
I am astonished about my friend's comments which are wholly dismissed and entirely inaccurate.
It is beyond reasonable doubt that (Saiful) was sodomized by the appellant. The appeal is dismissed.
(Sarcasm is not the lowest form of wit, It is an art form dismissed by those too stupid to master it)
The downgrade risk is there, the potential that Levy is dismissed is the most important risk that she needs to dispel.
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