- missive (n.)
- mid-15c., "commandment," noun use of adjective (mid-15c.) meaning "sent by superior authority," from Medieval Latin missivus "for sending, sent," especially in littera missiva "letters sent," from Latin missus, past participle of mittere "to send" (see mission).
- 1. Weinstock's missive announced the abolition of all internal committees.
- 2. The missive remains unwritten and unsent.
- 3. Missive . You send a one - way telepathic message to subject.
- 心灵短讯: 向目标送出一条 单向 的心灵短讯.
- 4. Sure, sometimes it's perfectly acceptable to shoot off a short , all lowercase missive to a colleague.
- 诚然, 有时候给某个同事发去一封全是小写字母的简短信件完全可以接受.
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