Definition for RE-MIT'

RE-MIT', v.t.

  1. To slacken; to become lese intense or rigorous. When our passions remit, the vehemence of our speech remits too. – Broome. So we say, cold or heat remits.
  2. To abate in violence for a time, without intermission; as, a fever remits at a certain hour every day.

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