Any person ordering the entire set, and remitting $5, will receive a Portrait of Dickens, suitable for framing.
But this term, like the other, passed over, and there was no sign of remitting my punishment.
In the remitting forms of fever it may be administered in five-grain doses at intervals of four to six hours.
The colonel's cure is remitting the whole thing to army control.
Members of the family will be able to order the coming editions in advance by applying and remitting to the publisher.
The motion was carried unanimously, as the one remitting the claim for salvage had been.
And between the remitting of a punishment, and the remitting of reparations of my loss.
This fever may be either intermittent, remitting, or continued, and typhoid.
The money I will take on your own terms, only I beg that you will lose no time in remitting it.
remitting his efforts too soon—again the infant ceased to breathe.
remit re·mit (rĭ-mĭt')
v. re·mit·ted, re·mit·ting, re·mits
To diminish; abate.
To transmit money.