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Monday, May 14, 2012

Definitions for intromit

  1. To introduce; to send, put, or let in.

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Citations for intromit
Mrs. Tappitt had frequently offered to intromit the ceremony when calling upon his generosity for other purposes, but the September gift had always been forthcoming. Anthony Trollope, Rachel Ray
But in this I found a great difficulty, arising from the policy and conduct of Mr. Andrew McLucre, who had a sort of investment, as may be said, of the office of dean of guild, having for many years been allowed to intromit and manage the same. John Galt, Annals of the Parish
Origin of intromit
late Middle English
1375-1425
Intromit comes from the Latin roots intro- meaning "inwardly" and mittere meaning "to send."
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