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  • adv. In an inadmissible way.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a manner not admissible.


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in- + admissible + -ly


  • It is an inadmissibly narrow conception of American constitutional law to confine it to the words of the Constitution and to disregard the gloss which life has written upon them.

    Jeanine Molloff: The Character Issue, FISA and The Constitution

  • The court Thursday said the ministry and the City Hall inadmissibly based their assessment of the U capa house's equipment on their own opinions, instead of the relevant state regulation.

    Prague Monitor

  • In recent years the officials came under suspicion of inadmissibly interfering in cases on politicians 'order.

    Prague Monitor

  • As a result, its infrastructure has become dilapidated, depreciation of equipment has reached a critical point, and standards of living are inadmissibly low - with the exception of a few "oases" prospering on hydrocarbon revenues.


  • (where it became so widespread) that those who live within such society become relative impervious to inadmissibly flagrant ways that politicians steal and lie from / to their electorates, promote patronage to their family and supports and conduct illegal deals left



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