Examples from the Web for admittance
But for me, this admittance of uncertainty and doubts grounds Serial in reality.Adnan Killed Her! No, Jay Did It! Serial’s Uncertain, True-to-Reality End|Emily Shire|December 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Choosing not to pursue a perpetrator is not admittance of lies or false motives.
Was this an admittance that the old approach was the wrong one, then?
Italian jets are flying missions, albeit by their own admittance they haven't actually bombed anything yet.
About sixty could be accommodated in each, but three times that number were scrambling for admittance outside.Joyce's Investments|Fannie E. Newberry
Especially welcome were teachers of schools, for whom admittance was free.Famous Men of Science|Sarah K. Bolton
This then accounted both for his admittance to the home and for his welcome by the women upon their errand of mercy.Romance Island|Zona Gale
Later (it was now July) he had gone again; the Prince had been polite, but denied him admittance.The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume III (of 3)|Alexander Wheelock Thayer
The season of 1739 was for three months, and the admittance was by silver tickets.South London|Sir Walter Besant
British Dictionary definitions for admittance
Word Origin and History for admittance
1580s, "the action of admitting," formed in English from admit + -ance (if from Latin, it would have been *admittence; French uses accès in this sense). Used formerly in senses where admission now prevails. Admissure was used in this sense from mid-15c.