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    missive - Dictionary definition and meaning for word missive

    (noun) a written message addressed to a person or organization
    Synonyms : letter
    Example Sentence
    • mailed an indignant letter to the editor
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for missive

in olden days .. if you "missed" someone.. you wrote "letters" to them...

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miss+give....give this letter to the miss

MISSIVE sounds like MISS+EVE(occasion)...i.e when u miss someone on a eve,u write a LETTER to convey(ur love).

missiLe is for a Villain and missiVe is for a Lover.. Now note the letters in caps(L and V) alone.. Just interchanged :) missiLe->Villain and missiVe->Lover.!!

MISS+U....when you miss your girlfriend...what will you do???....you will write a love LETTER.....

elaborating on Ani's mnemonic : if you want your miss to give you something, she asks you to get a letter from your parents

missile...we just throw love letters to someone like a missile..

think of the adjective "Submissive" which means obedient,u give all ur MISSIVEs to sb who is SUBMISSIVE to read them to u

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