Definition of 'dismissal'
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To sign below the line was to invite a reprimand that went on your file; to do it often led to dismissal. TOY SHOP (2002)Ivy glanced sulkily at the two males, obviously somewhat offended by her summary dismissal. THE ANCIENT AND SOLITARY REIGN (2002)The sergeant in charge, Sergeant Peeples, had obviously been upset; his curt dismissal was an insult. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
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British English: dismissal NOUN
When an employee is dismissed from their job, you can refer to their dismissal.
…his dismissal from his post at the head of the commission.
Definition of dismissal from the Collins English Dictionary
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