admitted[ ad-mit ]SEE DEFINITION OF admitted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADMITTED
He made his way to the house of Squire Paine, and, after a brief pause, was admitted.
She had left it impulsively, she admitted, scarce knowing what she did.
"He did seem rather cut up about the stables," Austin admitted.
The constituencies; and into these constituencies had been admitted the Jews.
But a sense in which God is "unknowable" to us has to be admitted.
Admitted into our consciousness it starts its work of killing us.
Still it must be admitted that if young Ried had gotten some new ideas, so also had she.
It must be admitted that this frame is finished with great care.
"Oh, we had her right the first time," Cassidy admitted, complacently.
"No, not yet," Mary admitted, without sign of embarrassment.