Miss, Mitt To send. Trans mit S mit e Ad miss ible Com miss ioner Miss ive. Transmit (v). To send from one person or place to another. Once the funds are electronically transmitted to my bank account, I will give you the bike. Smite (v). To send a sharp blow, to strike.
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Miss, MittTo send Transmit Smite Admissible Commissioner Missive
Transmit (v) To send from one person or place to another. Once the funds are electronically transmitted to my bank account, I will give you the bike.
Smite (v) To send a sharp blow, to strike. The captain threatened to smite the prisoner if he did not confess where the treasure was.
Admissible (adj) Able to be sent or used as truthful evidence. After careful review of the evidence, the judge ruled that it would be admissible in the trial.
Commissioner (n) A person sent to meet with others to plan and make official decisions. It was wise for the Student Council to select a commissioner that would attend all of the school planning meetings.
Missive (n) A message sent through the mail. The family was grateful to have a final missive from their grandpa before he passed away.