admit

All Verb
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  • She admitted that she has not yet brought the idea up to the other three members.
  • He has subsequently admitted that he had never actually visited the city at that time.
  • New states admitted to the union in said territory would never be slave states.
  • After two or three months of trying he was forced to admit defeat.
  • However, she admitted that drama did start to appear at the end.
  • She admitted herself to other treatment facilities during the following weeks.
  • No states were admitted to the union during his term.
  • Thus he admits that every being is made up of matter and form.
  • This was a condition required of other western states that were admitted into the Union later.
  • Since then many clubs have admitted women, but some all-male clubs still exist.
  • She admits that it ended up more complex than she had thought it would be.
  • Parents often pay bribes to get their children admitted to better public schools.
  • Pei admitted that he did not completely know how everything would come together.
  • I had to come out and admit that I was being me.
  • However, eventually they had to admit that something had to be done.
  • Davis felt no woman could look at her husband when she admits such a thing.
  • She admitted that before the show, she had never sat through a theatrical musical.
  • He was also the first to admit women to the club.
  • Some men of color were admitted into the military.
  • He has since admitted that he doesn't think his script was any good.
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Meaning of admit

  • verb Declare to be true or admit the existence or reality or truth of
    He admitted his errors, She acknowledged that she might have forgotten
  • verb Allow to enter; grant entry to
    We cannot admit non-members into our club building, This pipe admits air
  • verb Allow participation in or the right to be part of; permit to exercise the rights, functions, and responsibilities of
    admit someone to the profession, She was admitted to the New Jersey Bar
  • verb Afford possibility
    This problem admits of no solution, This short story allows of several different interpretations
  • verb Give access or entrance to
    The French doors admit onto the yard
  • verb Serve as a means of entrance
    This ticket will admit one adult to the show