Definition of inadmissible in English:

inadmissible

Line breaks: in|ad¦mis|sible
Pronunciation: /ɪnədˈmɪsɪb(ə)l
 
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adjective

  • 2Not to be allowed or tolerated: an inadmissible interference in the affairs of the Church
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    • The CPC has to decide on whether the Government has allowed an inadmissible state aid by awarding the concession without a competitive procedure.
    • Whatever criticisms we may have of publicly funded healthcare, it is surely inadmissible to allow the Republican right to use them as a justification for cutting public funding even further.
    • What he does not say, however, is that only naturalistic hypotheses are allowed in evolutionary debates - creationist arguments are ruled inadmissible before the debate begins.

Derivatives

inadmissibility

Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
noun
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  • Since the action is therefore admissible, the objection of inadmissibility raised by the Council and the Commission must be dismissed.
  • There are numerous resolutions about the inadmissibility of the acquisition of territory by war.
  • Reasons must always be given for a finding of inadmissibility.

inadmissibly

adverb
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  • They doubtless would object that to pose such a question is to assume an inadmissibly parochial standpoint.
  • But do animals suffer in a similar way, or is thinking they do inadmissibly anthropocentric?

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