Examples of admission in a Sentence
the admission of evidence in a court of law
His statement was interpreted as an admission of failure.
They opposed the admission of women into the club.
Her injuries were serious enough to require hospital admission.
a large number of hospital admissions
The school's standards of admission are high.
He submitted an application for admission to the school.
Recent Examples of admission from the Web
Tickets are $7-$12 through kcirishfest.com (general admission for Saturday and Sunday will be $18 starting Friday).
Admission is FREE to every home Samford soccer match.
Advance general admission tickets are also available online for $25.
Full-price admission to the show starts at about $16 for children, and adult premium seats top out at $49.95, but Ms. Reinke snaps up discounted tickets in the post-Thanksgiving Cyber Monday sale.
Then, that night, the celebrity guests will attend the Monument Dedication and Pumpkin Lighting from 7:30-8 p.m. (admission is free).
Tickets: Pre-sale tickets start at $24 for general admission when purchased online.
Despite those admissions the agency went ahead and administered the test, which costs about $2,200 each.
And, for certain elements of Trump’s America, there is no better symbol of solidarity than attacking the very colleges that use admissions as a means of racial restitution.
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First Known Use of admission
Synonymsacknowledgment (or acknowledgement), confession, avowal, concession, self-confession
Related Wordsself-accusation, self-betrayal, self-revelation; self-incrimination, self-recrimination, self-reproach; affirmation, assertion, avouchment, claim, confirmation, declaration, insistence, profession; allowance; apology, hand-wringing; betrayal, disclosure, divulgence, giveaway, revelation; announcement, declaration, proclamation, pronouncement; blame, fault, responsibility; contriteness, contrition, penitence, regret, remorse, remorsefulness, repentance, rue
Near Antonymsdenial, disallowance, disclaimer, recantation, rejection, renouncement, repudiation
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Definition of admission for Students
- an admission of guilt
- admission to college
medical Definition of admission
- The patient was unconscious upon admission to the hospital.
- Many new admissions are discharged after a day's examination.
- —Hanna L. Schussheim, The Washington Post, 20 Apr. 1988
legal Definition of admission
- admission into evidence
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