Sentence for admission | Use admission in a sentence

Sentences for admission. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use admission in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for admission.

  • I refuse admission to it here. (10)
  • Rates of admission are conspicuous everywhere. (21)
  • Clara breathed her dumb admission of his truth. (10)
  • I for one am not ready for an admission like this. (14)
  • My father was refused admission at the hall-doors. (10)
  • Tom lifted him in his arms, and got admission to the inn. (10)
  • They represent your protest, and the admission of your claim. (10)
  • In that case he would be ready to defray the cost of admission. (5)
  • And if so, he had his philosophy, the admission was meant to say. (10)
  • Lydia came to us; and Wickham had constant admission to the house. (4)
  • She knew his humble way of seeking admission, but she did not answer. (12)
  • Camilla is charged with conspiracy, and proved guilty by her own admission. (10)
  • There was no admission of equality to be got out of him, so she kissed him. (10)
  • It was the admission of a doubt that he might expect to enroll them collectively. (10)
  • Further than that admission he would not go, and they left the subject late at night. (13)
  • All is, if you want to be in the game, you must have the price of admission about you. (13)
  • Many and marvellous are the tales told him with the design of securing free admission. (21)
  • There was a long delay after he had sent in his name; but finally admission was given. (10)
  • There was a long delay after he had sent in his name; but finally admission was given. (22)
  • He paid for her admission to the dance-hall, dropped a dollar in her hand, and left her. (13)
  • She would not spoil this perfect day by argument or admission of the need for a decision. (8)
  • Critically, moreover, her admission of great poppy-heads into her garden was objected to. (10)
  • The Emperor, as I am given to understand, is about to make public admission of my services. (10)
  • Thousands of people had paid admission to see the curved bone projections and hear him bark. (21)
  • Admission to the circus carried with it only the privilege of viewing the performance standing. (21)
  • I have never pretended to impeccability, which is an admission that I may very naturally offend. (10)
  • Rhoda knocked, waited patiently till her persistent repetition of her name gained her admission. (10)
  • Rhoda knocked, waited patiently till her persistent repetition of her name gained her admission. (22)
  • There are moments of extreme concession, of magnanimous admission, that come but once in a lifetime. (9)
  • Nevertheless, the admission coming from the architect of the ill-fated building was an important point. (13)
  • If she was to be better than the loathsomest of hypocrites, she must deny him his admission to the house. (10)
  • My astonishment at how he obtained admission to the Salon was even less than my fear of his recognising me. (6)
  • Who could pretend to despise the honour of admission to the ranks of the proudest peerage the world has known! (10)
  • Besides, Andrew knew, his whole conduct was a tacit admission, that she had condescended in giving him her hand. (10)
  • That the Tinleys really were their match, they acknowledged, upon the admission of the despicable nature of the game. (10)
  • He paused; but it was to find that no admission of the truth, save what oozed out in absence of speech, was to be expected. (10)
  • Two or three minutes after eleven, a feeble ring at the bell gained admission for some person: whispering was heard in the passage. (10)
  • A second endeavour, in an urgent letter before nightfall to gain him admission to head-quarters, met the same repulse as the foregoing. (10)
  • An admission by either that its star contributor could trifle with the truth was equivalent to throwing its own exploit into bankruptcy. (16)
  • As a friend of the family, I should protest against his admission here in any office whatever into the upper part of the house, at least. (10)
  • He proffered a candid admission of the truth of the charge; adding, that he stood likewise prepared with an unlimited number of statements. (10)
  • The Countess of Cressett, having her cousin, the beautiful Mrs. Kirby-Levellier, in her house, has denied Lord Brailstone admission at her door, we can affirm. (10)

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