admission

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  • Only students who have passed at least two years of studies are considered for admission.
  • He reduced his age to get admission and the chance for a good education.
  • He was not immediately granted admission, and began learning art on his own.
  • He eventually gave up university education after several attempts at admission.
  • She explained that she had been feeling low in the six months before her admission.
  • The admissions process has been changed to the above so this is no longer required.
  • It is open to the public most days and admission is free.
  • Residents may seek admission for their school aged child to any other public school district.
  • Residents may also seek admission for their school aged child to any other public school district.
  • Residents may also seek admission for their school-aged child to any other public school district.
  • In recent years the number of admissions to the school has been reduced.
  • His new job gave him many benefits including free admission to the local theater.
  • She could not gain admission to American flight schools because she was black and a woman.
  • The house is open to the general public with free admission.
  • In older people, it is one of the most common reasons for admission into a care home.
  • A few hours after his final admission to hospital, he asked where his lunch was.
  • A new garden will also be built in the place of the old admissions gate.
  • Citizens then joined to seek admission of a single state to the Union.
  • Other persons were candidates for admission to the society rather than members of it.
  • By his own admission, eventually he more or less gave up writing and took to full-time drinking.
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Words starting with admission

Meaning of admission

  • noun The act of admitting someone to enter
    the surgery was performed on his second admission to the clinic
  • noun An acknowledgment of the truth of something