submiss

[suhb-mis]
adjective Archaic.

Origin:
1560–70; < Latin submissus (past participle of submittere to submit)

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submiss (səbˈmɪs)
 
adj
1.  docile; submissive
2.  soft in tone
 
[C16: from Latin submissus lowered, gentle, from submittere to reduce, from sub- + mittere to send]

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Example sentences
Electronic submiss ions are granted immediate coverage and receive a discounted fee.
From there, the appropriate applications are completed electronically for submiss ion to program sponsors.
Standard application submiss ion and receipt dates apply.
They recommend that agencies apply feedback to future file submiss ions, as well, to prevent issues from recurring.
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