[ UK /ɐdmˈɪsəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ədˈmɪsəbəɫ/ ]
  1. deserving to be admitted
    admissible evidence
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How To Use admissible In A Sentence

  • It is likely that the court will accept that this evidence is admissible, since the strict common law rule is generally ignored.
  • At one time there was also the rule that expert opinion evidence was inadmissible on the ultimate issue in the case.
  • While that is hearsay evidence and not admissible to prove that the accident did occur at that time, it is admissible evidence relevant to the state of mind of the declarant.
  • The wiretap warrant, of course, did not extend to McCabe, so his incriminating comments were deemed inadmissible in court. THE KILL CLAUSE
  • Your testimony and the expert opinion you offer must be connected to the facts already established by admissible evidence.
  • admissible evidence
  • With that sternness which is admissible only to the afflicted, I have denied myself even the consolation of your visits. My Novel — Volume 07
  • He certainly gives a clear account of the growth of his belief, and sustains it by a great many droll notions about the physiology of plants, which would hardly be admissible in the botanies of to-day. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 13, No. 77, March, 1864
  • That being so, the finding by the trial judge that the accused was guilty of the offence was not supported by admissible evidence.
  • The tonemes radically increase the number of admissible syllables - even if far from all possibilities are actually being used.
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