Definition of Intromit

1. Verb. Allow to enter; grant entry to. "This pipe admits air"

Exact synonyms: Admit, Allow In, Let In
Generic synonyms: Allow, Countenance, Let, Permit
Specialized synonyms: Repatriate, Readmit
Related verbs: Admit
Derivative terms: Admission, Admission, Admittable, Admittible, Intromission
Antonyms: Reject



Definition of Intromit

1. v. t. To send in or put in; to insert or introduce.

2. v. i. To intermeddle with the effects or goods of another.

Definition of Intromit

1. Verb. (legal Scotland) To intermeddle with the effects or goods of another. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Intromit

1. to put in [v -MITTED, -MITTING, -MITS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intromit

introitus canalis
introitus of facial canal
introitus vaginæ
introject
introjected
introjecting
introjection
introjections
introjects
introld
intromission
intromissions
intromit (current term)
intromits
intromitted
intromittent
intromitter
intromitters
intromitting
intron
intron splicing
intronic
intronization
intronless
introns
intropression

Literary usage of Intromit

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1. Decisions of the Court of Session: From 1681 to 1691 by Scotland Court of Session, Roger Hog Harcarse (1757)
"... to intromit, which cannot be alledged ... the rebel's wife to intromit with ... the rebel to intromit with аз much as would have ..."

2. Reports of Cases Heard and Decided in the House of Lords on Appeals and by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, Charles Clark, William Finnelly, Jonathan Cogswell Perkins (1874)
"... discharging them from continuing to act as chamberlain and collector of Ettrick Forest, and from collecting or intromit- ting with, or receiving, ..."

3. The Scottish Jurist: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in the House of by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, House of Lords, Parliament, Great Britain (1842)
"They admitted that Mr Hutchison had been in use to intromit with the revenue arising from his wife's separate estate ; but they averred that the wife, ..."

4. The Bards of Angus and the Mearns: An Anthology of the Counties by Alan Reid (1897)
"Gif thou desine thy house lang stand, And thy successors bruik thy land ; Above all things hef God in fear, intromit nocht with ..."

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