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Admissibility   /ədmˌɪsəbˈɪləti/   Listen
Admissibility

noun
1.
Acceptability by virtue of being admissible.






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"Admissibility" Quotes from Famous Books



... competent to enjoy the right, he was admitted to it; it extended its limits with the extension of civilization, which every day calls a greater number of men to the administration of the state. In this way it had established true equality, whose real character is admissibility, as that of inequality is exclusion. In rendering power transferable by election, it made it a public magistracy; whilst privilege, in rendering it hereditary by transmission, makes ...
— History of the French Revolution from 1789 to 1814 • F. A. M. Mignet

... labours. But without having read, at least, one of them in a truly poetical translation, my auditors could not form the slightest idea of them; while the due consideration of these Autos would demand a difficult investigation into the admissibility of allegory into dramatical composition. I shall therefore confine myself to those of his dramas which are no allegorical. The characterization of these I shall be very far from exhausting; I can merely exhibit a few of ...
— Lectures on Dramatic Art - and Literature • August Wilhelm Schlegel trans John Black



Words linked to "Admissibility" :   acceptability, acceptableness, admissible, inadmissible, permissibility, inadmissibility



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