Example sentences for: dismiss

How can you use “dismiss” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • But the school board, split between busing supporters and foes, continued to produce half-hearted integration plans that McMillan had to dismiss as not "in good faith," and busing continued according to the court's prescription.

  • Some commentators have attempted to dismiss that hypothesis on the grounds that discrimination is costly (because it entails a willingness to pay premium wages for white workers) and therefore unattractive to employers with an eye on the bottom line.

  • In the catalog essay, curators Lisa Philips and Louise Neri give a nod to the insider-outsider connection, but they dismiss it as a fluke of economic history--they claim that in today's weak market, artists have more time on their hands.

  • But before you dismiss it as everything-belongs-to-the-government, my-goodness-they'll-want-to-tax-farting-next liberal nonsense, consider an example.

  • Kaprio and colleagues' study is another epidemiological study, but we should not simply dismiss the data as unreliable just because of the problems inherent to such a study design.


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