Dismissal

Dismissal,

Definition of Dismissal:

  1. Termination of a court action, case, or claim without further hearing or before its final determination.

  2. Termination of the contract of employment of an employee by his or her employer in a correct, fair, and lawful manner.

Synonyms of Dismissal

Abjuration, Abjurement, Absolution, Acquittal, Acquittance, Adjournment, Bounce, Breakup, Brush-off, Cancellation, Cashiering, Chucking, Chucking out, Clearance, Clearing, Cold shoulder, Compurgation, Conge, Contempt, Contradiction, Cut, Deactivation, Declination, Declining, Deconsecration, Defrocking, Demobilization, Denial, Deposal, Deposition, Deprivation, Despisal, Despising, Destigmatization, Destigmatizing, Detachment, Dethronement, Diaspora, Disapproval, Disbandment, Disbarment, Disbarring, Discard, Discharge, Disclamation, Discounting, Discrownment, Disculpation, Disemployment, Disenthronement, Disintegration, Disorganization, Disownment, Dispersal, Dispersion, Displacement, Displacing, Disregard, Dissolution, Drumming out, End, Exception, Exclusion, Excommunication, Exculpation, Excuse, Exoneration, Expulsion, Firing, Forced resignation, Forced separation, Forgiveness, Furloughing, Ignoring, Impeachment, Kicking upstairs, Layoff, Liquidation, Nonacceptance, Nonapproval, Nonconsideration, Notice, Ousting, Overthrow, Overthrowal, Pardon, Parole, Parting, Passing by, Pensioning off, Pink slip, Purgation, Purge, Purging, Putting away, Putting out, Quietus, Quittance, Rebuff, Recantation, Refusal, Rejection, Release, Remission, Removal, Renouncement, Repudiation, Repulse, Retirement, Sack, Sacking, Scouting, Separation, Snub, Split-up, Spurning, Superannuation, Surplusing, Suspension, The ax, The boot, The bounce, The gate, The sack, Throwing out, Ticket, Turning out, Unbinding, Unbolting, Unbridling, Unbuckling, Uncaging, Unchaining, Unchurching, Unfettering, Unfrocking, Ungagging, Unhanding, Unharnessing, Unhobbling, Unlashing, Unlatching, Unleashing, Unlocking, Unloosing, Unmanacling, Unmuzzling, Unpenning, Unseating, Unshackling, Unstrapping, Untethering, Untrussing, Untying, Unyoking, Verdict of acquittal, Vindication, Walking papers

How to use Dismissal in a sentence?

  1. You should try to always prevent the evidence well in a case and keep a cool head or there may be a dismissal .
  2. His dismissal from the team came to a surprise to us all because he had contributed so much to our overall performance.
  3. The dismissal of the case was a relief to our legal team as we could close that file and move on.

Meaning of Dismissal & Dismissal Definition