[in-uh d-mis-uh-buh l]
- not admissible; not allowable: Such evidence would be inadmissible in any court.
Origin of inadmissible
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Examples from the Web for inadmissible
“Every single witness is inadmissible, hearsay, triple-hearsay,” said assistant state attorney Penny Brill in court yesterday.Did Pablo Escobar Frame a Millionaire for Murdering Banana-Shipping Money Launderers?
November 11, 2014
Soldera denounced their offer of wine as “inadmissible and offensive, a fraud to the consumers.”Brunello’s King Lear: Gianfranco Soldera Reflects on the Attack on His Wine
December 8, 2013
See if the referee will toss it out, if the judge (the media) will rule it inadmissible.Michael Tomasky on Mitt Romney’s Character Assassination Game
May 19, 2012
After that conviction was overturned due to inadmissible evidence, he was tried and sentenced to death again in 1986.A Serial Killer's Final Victims?
January 26, 2011
This is inadmissible; it is the same error as believing that the world emanates from God.Initiation into Philosophy
MacLennan maintains the existence of matriarchy in promiscuity, but this is inadmissible.The Sexual Question
All these methods are inadmissible, and should be vigorously denounced.Introduction to the Study of History
Charles V. Langlois
"That is also inadmissible," answered the magistrate severely.Debts of Honor
Even Scipio's terms were found by Hasdrubal to be inadmissible.Hannibal
- not admissible or allowable
Word Origin and History for inadmissible
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