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MISS, MIT =send
ADMIT To send someone in; to allow someone to enter
The attendant would not admit us into the concert without a ticket. After the movie started, it was difficult to admit more people in the theater.
DISMISS To send someone out; to let someone leave
The teacher will dismiss us promptly at 12:00 for lunch. The nurse will dismiss you after your checkup.
EMIT To send out or give off (such as odor)
The car emits odors that are not good for us to inhale. The cookies emit an aroma that pleases my nose.
INTERMISSION A break between acts of a play or performance during which people are sent out for snacks or stretch breaks
During intermission, I bought some popcorn to eat for the rest of the show. I always use the restroom and get a drink during intermission so I don’t miss any of the performance.
MISSILE A weapon designed to be sent in the direction of a target
The football was like a missile flying through the air and headed for my head! I think countries should stop creating missiles and learn to get along with each other.
MISSION A special duty or function which a person or group is sent out to do
Your mission as a fourth graders is to pay attention, be a super star citizen, and learn as much as you can. Do you accept this challenge? We went on a mission to find the perfect pumpkin for our harvest decorating.
OMIT To leave out; to not send
I think you should omit that sentence from your writing as it doesn’t make sense. We all can work on omitting unkind words from our conversations.
REMIT To send back (usually related to paying bills)
I have to remit payment for my car each month to the bank. Make sure you remit your payment to the phone company on time, or your phone will be disconnected.
SUBMIT To “send” yourself under someone else’s control; to give in to someone else’s power
Learning to submit to authority can be difficult, but it is an important life lesson. We all have to submit to someone: our parents, our bosses, and our government.
TRANSMIT To send something across places; to pass along