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  • Not long after this, her son went into remission and returned to work.
  • The disease may also go into remission for a time, or may be permanent.
  • She eventually had her breast removed and has been in remission since.
  • People in remission need regular follow-up examinations after their treatment is over.
  • In the event, she served eight months before being released with full remission for good behaviour.
  • He returned to the Commons after going into remission and served for several months.
  • He is currently in remission and has not let it affect his life.
  • After initial development of the milk lines they go into remission.
  • The cancer had previously gone into remission but has come back.
  • In many of the reported cases, remission of symptoms occurred during the follow-up period.
  • He is put down at six marks a day, or no remission. Cited from Six Years in the Prisons of England, by A Merchant - Anonymous
  • A state of war is the remission of justice between the parties as of no use or application. Cited from Moral Science; A Compendium of Ethics, by Alexander Bain
  • In some dogs, one or two episodes are seen followed by long-term or permanent remission.
  • He also stated that the arthritis may go into permanent remission after one year of medical treatment.
  • However, people can have a long period of remission where they are symptom free.
  • She has been in complete remission for several years.
  • From the date of the remission, it must have been her brother who had committed this murder. Cited from The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6), by John Knox
  • Complete remission and long term survival are more common in children than adults.
  • The disease may appear to go into remission, only to later reappear after months or years.
  • After these albums' release, the band's touring and recording fell into remission.
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Words starting with remission

Meaning of remission

  • noun An abatement in intensity or degree (as in the manifestations of a disease)
    his cancer is in remission
  • noun (law) the act of remitting (especially the referral of a law case to another court)