from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an admissible manner; so as to be admitted, entertained, or allowed.

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  • adverb in a manner that is admissible; acceptably


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admissible +‎ -ly


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  • Britain and the United States has been directed not entirely to the engine department, but to the hulls and to the production of a large class of ships, which are admissibly cheaper in proportion to size and expense of running when compared with smaller vessels, if they are always employed and have full freights and passage.

    Ocean Steam Navigation and the Ocean Post Thomas Rainey

  • For May had the unique advantage of combining that degree of conventionality which is admissibly essential, with a refreshing lack of conventionality in non-essentials.

    A Venetian June Anna Fuller 1884


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