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Intromit

verb
(past & past part. intromitted; pres. part. intromitting)
1.
Allow to enter; grant entry to.  Synonyms: admit, allow in, let in.  "This pipe admits air"






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"Intromit" Quotes from Famous Books



... and places not franchised. And if it shall fortune any such offender or offenders, their goods and chattels or any part thereof, to be in any citie, borough, towne incorporate, or other place franchised or priuiledged, where the said officer or officers may not lawfully intromit or intermeddle, that then the Maior, shirifes, baylifes, and other head officers, or ministers, within euery such citie, borough, towne incorparate or place or places franchised, vpon a precept to them, or any of them, to be directed from the gouernour or gouernours, Consuls and assistants of the ...
— The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, • Richard Hakluyt



Words linked to "Intromit" :   allow, permit, intromission, admit, readmit, reject, let, repatriate, countenance, allow in



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