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Definition of the adjective admittible
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Dictionary of Hard Words (1910)
by Robert Morris Pierce
[also spelt admittible] ...
In which Blank Lines Opposite All the Words in the English Language are Provided, for ... Writers of All Systems of Shorthand to Put on Record ... The Peculiar Word-forms They Employ by Elias Longley
Admission _ Admitted _ Admittanee Admitter j Admittible! _ Admix-tion Admixture Admonish Admonisher - _ Admonishing _ Admonition _ Admonitor y _ Adnaseent Ado ) Adobe! Adoleseenee Adoleseent Adonis Adopt-ed Adopter Adoption ...
Middle English Dictionary (1956)
by Hans Kurath
admittible adj . [From admitten, with suf . of ML ad- missibilis.] (a) Of reasoning: acceptable, admissible; of an action: permissible; (b) law. of persons: ...
With an Appendix Containing Various Useful Tables by William Greenleaf Webster, William Adolphus Wheeler
Admittible. Adze. Edile. Egis. Eolian. Eyry. Esthetic, -8. Aide-de-camp. Adjutage. Alkoran. Alcahest. Allelujah, Halleluiah. Almanack. Amortise, -ment. Amphitheatre.
Revised and Enlarged by Joseph Emerson Worcester
Abridgement AEsthetics Accessory Accessary AEtiology; see Accountant Accomptant Affector Ache Ake Afteer Achieve Atchieve Affiliate Addible Addable Affiliation Adipocere Adipocire Afraid Adjudgment Adjudgement Aghast Admittible ...
by JOSEPH E. WORCESTER
J Addible Adipocere Adjudgment Admittible Adscititious Adulteress Advertise Advoutry Advowee Advowson Adze iEolipile ; see Aerie Esthetic Abby Abettor A normal Abbreuvoir Abridgement •Accessory Accomptant Acetometer Ake Atchieve ...
Abbey Abettor, and Abnormal Abreuvnir Abridgment Accessary, and Accountant Acetimeter Ache Achieve Acknowledgment Acnmycal j Addible Adipocere Adjudgment Admittible Adscititums Adulteress Advertise Advoutry Advowee Advowson ...
Johnson's Dictionary (1828)
by Samuel Johnson
Admittible,ād-mit-tê-bl. a, the proper orthography, instead of admittable. Admix, Ad-miks'.
by Joseph Emerson Worcester
Abatis, and Abetter, and Abridgment Accessary, and Acknowledgment Addiblo Admittible Adulteress Advertise Advoutry Advoweo Adze iEolipile; see Aerie ./ Esthetic ./Etiology; see Affector Aide-de-camp Ajutage Alchemist Alchemy Alcoran ...
Johnson's English Dictionary (1835)
by Samuel Johnson
[Rather, admittible. T.] ADMITTANCE, ad-mit-tánse. n.s. The act of admitting. Hooker. The power or right of entering. Shak. Prerogative of being admitted to great rsons. Shak. Concession of a position. Brown. As)MITTER*, Ad- mit-tūr.
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Scrabble value of A1D2M3I1T1T1I1B3L1E1
The value of this 10-letter word is 15 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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