In its motion to dismiss, UMass denied this allegation, and Haidak refuted the school's claim in his opposition to the motion.
For all of these reasons, it would be easy to dismiss Homeland at this point.
The Tea Partiers, in other words, are making a serious argument, which the left too often tries to dismiss by calling them nuts.
It would be easy to dismiss such boasts as being no more than Taliban propaganda.
But those who dismiss any positive housing news are missing an important dynamic in the economy.
He swears, also, to dismiss all foreign troops within four days.
This was a most unpleasant reflection and Martin preferred to dismiss it.
Can you not dismiss the subject from your mind for a time, Homer?
He had too much insight, and too much exact information as well, to dismiss them as rot.
Let us dismiss this sentimental conception and consider the facts squarely.
early 15c., from Latin dimissus, past participle of dimittere "send away, send different ways; break up, discharge; renounce, abandon," from dis- "apart, away" (see dis-) + mittere "send, let go" (see mission). Prefix altered by analogy with many dis- verbs. Dismit, in the same sense, is attested from late 14c. Related: Dismissed; dismissing.