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
There is no admission charge for the event, and registration for participants is not required.
Venezuela’s admission its debt load has become unsustainable sent Petroleos de Venezuela SA’s bonds slumping toward 20 cents on the dollar in London trading.
Many colleges ask you to choose a major as early as your senior year of high school, on your admissions application.
Enrollment's down, applications are down, admissions are down, and some of these law schools are just not going to be able to survive, because nobody wants to go there.
Bigham believes students have nothing to lose by giving admissions committees the chance to read their applications.
Tickets can also be purchased in advance at the garden's guest center admission desk.
Tighter admission procedures slowed membership expansion to 0.8% last year from roughly 3% a year earlier in this decade, party data showed.
This year, the IU Northwest Office of Admission is offering an opportunity to apply for 2018 admissions onsite for free.
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Origin and Etymology of admission
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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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