admittable

ADJECTIVE
  1. deserving to be allowed to enter
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How To Use admittable In A Sentence

  • Mrs Constable interposed with one single emphatic epithet, not admittable to the ears of this generation; but Andrew resumed, and went on. Alec Forbes of Howglen
  • So these same human beings who, in a perfect world, would have no black men ever touch a white woman while, of course, keeping black women sexually available to white men, will pass civil rights legislation because they have run out of legal, publicly-admittable reasons to oppose it. Archive 2009-06-01
  • It is based on hearsay (potentially later admittable as an admission by a party oponent), which is enough for a warrant, but not enough to convict. Articles
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