general admission


  1. an admission charge for unreserved seats at a theatrical performance, sports event, etc.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of general admission1

First recorded in 1945–50

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Example Sentences

The free general admission museum remains temporarily closed.

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General admission is free, and food and beverage tickets cost a small fee.

I glanced down at the secondary ticket atop my general admission pass.

As I was specially favoured by a general admission, I asked to be permitted to see some nuns' cells.

There is a general admission that the means to such an end are wanting, and that the desire cannot be gratified.

The most accomplished critic whom France has produced is, by general admission, Ste.-Beuve.

Throughout the Balkan crisis, by general admission, we worked for peace.

There isn't any general admission to the public this way, is there?


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