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
In June the High Court allowed most of Mr. Trump’s executive order temporarily suspending refugee admissions and visas for travelers from six countries pending legal challenges.
For $20, alumni can get admission to games, food, beverages and a homecoming T-shirt.
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Between April 2015 and December 2016, the whole Morecambe Bay region saw small drops in emergency hospital admissions and occupancy rates, even as most of the country saw increases.
Bigham suggests that students view admissions and financial aid as two separate processes.
When psychosis isn’t identified until the person has withdrawn into psychosis and become isolated and perhaps jobless and homeless, the first intervention may often be a traumatic hospital admission, and the treatment path ahead long and tough.
Any student who lives and self-identifies as a woman will be considered for admission and enrollment.
According to his obituary, Ryan Hanson had recently enrolled in McHenry County College's Engineering Pathways, which provides qualifying community college students guaranteed admission to the University of Illinois's College of Engineering.
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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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