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submiss

[suh b-mis] /səbˈmɪs/
adjective, Archaic.
Origin
1560-1570
1560-70; < Latin submissus (past participle of submittere to submit)
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British Dictionary definitions for submiss

submiss

/səbˈmɪs/
adjective (archaic or poetic)
1.
docile; submissive
2.
soft in tone
Word Origin
C16: from Latin submissus lowered, gentle, from submittere to reduce, from sub- + mittere to send
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