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The regression (or regressive) fallacy is an informal fallacy. It assumes that something has returned to normal because of corrective actions taken while it was abnormal.
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Dismiss definition, to direct (an assembly of persons) to disperse or go: I dismissed the class early. See more.
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Word forms: 3rd person singular present tense dismisses, present participle dismissing, past tense, past participle dismissed. 1. verb.
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Dismissing the driver she took the reins in her own hands and drove off at top speed through the streets.
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Define dismiss. dismiss synonyms, dismiss pronunciation, dismiss translation, English dictionary definition of dismiss. tr.v. dis·missed , ... Gerund: dismissing
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