Examples of admittance in a Sentence
He tried to enter the restaurant but was refused admittance.
They opposed the admittance of women into the club.
The sign said “No Admittance.”
Recent Examples of admittance from the Web
There is no late admittance to shows -- and there are no refunds.
With the majority of London media still fast asleep and the sun barely risen, the Duchess of Cambridge’s early morning admittance to the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital couldn’t have been more low-key.
With the exception of planetarium shows, all Astronomy Day activities are included with general admission and member admittance on Astronomy Day.
Concert events age admittance is subject to artists’ rules.
Those who'd like to get a head start on shopping can gain early admittance to the sale at the annual preview party 7-9 p.m. May 4.
For example, Norwood came from the Southern Buckeye Athletic and Academic Conference last year but requested MVC admittance eight years ago.
Attendees must be 21 or older to attend and will be required to show valid picture ID to gain admittance.
Elsewhere in wrestling, Wauwatosa’s Cole Acker was given a prestigious honor with admittance into the Naval Academy.
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ADMITTANCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of admittance for English Language Learners
: permission to enter a place or to become a member of a club, group, etc. : permission to be admitted
ADMITTANCE Defined for Kids
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