/ (ˌriːədˈmɪʃən) /

  1. the act or an instance of readmitting or being readmitted

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How to use readmission in a sentence

  • A number of the more prominent politicians met to take steps to place the state in the way of readmission to the Union.

  • Irritating and impossible tests and conditions of readmission were proposed before reconciliation.

  • Their readmission depends upon a medical certificate stating that at least six weeks have elapsed since their confinement.

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  • He was again in a stuporous condition on his readmission to our hospital, and absolutely oblivious to his surroundings.

  • His behavior which necessitated his readmission took place following this episode.