admission

Part of speech: noun

Right or privilege of entrance; an admitting; concession.

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Usage examples "admission":

  1. Something, he could hardly tell what, prompted him to knock for admission, which being granted, he entered, finding her unusually pale, with the trace of tears still upon her cheek. - "'Lena Rivers", Mary J. Holmes.
  2. She had doubtless found him worthy of admission into it, though she did not reveal the reason why. - "Paris From the "Three Cities"", Emile Zola.
  3. He thought that it was a very difficult admission for the girl to make, and that she had made it suggested that Hawtrey might become involved in more serious difficulties. - "Masters of the Wheat-Lands", Harold Bindloss.