Definitions of "dismiss"
  1. The process of removing someone from a position or role
  2. The act of causing or commanding the termination of a specific legal action
  3. The instance of causing or commanding to end a proceeding or case
How to use "dismiss" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer filed a motion to dismiss the case on the grounds that it lacked merit.
  2. A judge has the authority to dismiss a case if there's no sufficient evidence.
  3. Due to the plaintiff's failure to present enough proof, the judge had no choice but to dismiss the lawsuit.

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