Definition of Admissibility

1. Noun. Acceptability by virtue of being admissible.

Generic synonyms: Acceptability, Acceptableness
Specialized synonyms: Permissibility
Attributes: Admissible, Inadmissible
Derivative terms: Admissible
Antonyms: Inadmissibility



Definition of Admissibility

1. n. The quality of being admissible; admissibleness; as, the admissibility of evidence.

Definition of Admissibility

1. Noun. The state or quality of being admissible or allowable. ¹

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Definition of Admissibility

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Admissibility

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admirations
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admissabilities
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admissibility (current term)
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Literary usage of Admissibility

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1. A Digest of the Laws of England by John Comyns, Anthony Hammond (1822)
"viii. mn admissibility of a bill in a former cause, as a corroborating proof ... admissibility of counsel's opinion in a cause between vendor and purchaser. ..."

2. Justice in the Balance: Recommendations for an Independent and Effective by Human Rights Watch, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1998)
"In this context, the procedural questions surrounding complementarity include who can challenge admissibility and when; what the interim consequences of a ..."

3. The Law of Expert Testimony by Henry Wade Rogers (1891)
"The admissibility in Evidence of the Opinions of Non-Professional Witnesses in ... The Question of the admissibility of Expert Testimony fa for the Court. ..."

4. Select Cases on the Law of Evidence by John Henry Wigmore (1913)
"Thus arise the Rules of admissibility. These rules of admissibility therefore are not based on the intrinsic persuasive (logical, probative) effect of the ..."

5. Panter, Tiger & Co. by Floyd Russell Mechem, Kurt Tucholsky (1914)
"How admissibility determined.—The subject here considered being a matter of evidence, the question of the admissibility of the declarations must, ..."

6. Railway Accident Law: The Liability of Railways for Injuries to the Person by Christopher Stuart Patterson (1886)
"admissibility for the railway of admissions and declarations of the person ... admissibility of evidence as to changes in the construction or mode of ..."

7. A Treatise on the Criminal Law as Now Administered in the United States by Emlin McClain (1897)
"admissibility for the court.— The question of the admissibility of the dying declaration is in the first instance for the court, which must determine ..."

8. The Principles of the Law of Evidence: With Elementary Rules for Conducting by William Mawdesley Best, John Archibald Russell (1882)
"PARAGRAPH admissibility of extra-judicial self-criminative statements . ... There is this condition precedent to its admissibility, that the party against ..."

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