admissibility

[ ad-mis-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF admissibility
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The next requisite for the admissibility of a hypothesis is its sufficiency.

He was cheerfully helpless and sociably indifferent; ready to preside with a smile even at a discussion of his own admissibility.

Logic is the architect of this region, and for it there is no limit to the admissibility of hypotheses.

I shall not discuss the admissibility of these stamps into a collection, although opinion is divided.

If there is some question about admissibility of the charted enlargements, it is well to prepare an extra uncharted set.

Not a little doubt had been felt by the court when deliberating upon the admissibility of the testimony of the old negro.

The same disposition to construe everything in favor of the faith governed the admissibility of witnesses of evil character.

Bob didnt know quite what was the law governing the admissibility of testimony in a case like his.

For even those writers who maintain the admissibility of pacific blockade assert that vessels of third States cannot be seized.

England has adopted a simple and concise law on admissibility of testimony of handwriting experts.

WORD ORIGIN

1763, from admissible + -ity.

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