verb (used with object), ad·mit·ted, ad·mit·ting.
verb (used without object), ad·mit·ted, ad·mit·ting.
Origin of admit
Examples from the Web for readmit
The first important step was to readmit Paget to the council.The Reign of Mary Tudor|W. Llewelyn Williams.
It is only fair to readmit them, for we have proven that they had nothing to do with our performance that first night.The Shadow World|Hamlin Garland
He and the committee had power to fine the parties, to excommunicate them, and to readmit them to the caste.Castes and Tribes of Southern India|Edgar Thurston
It now remained for Congress to approve the work done in the South and to readmit the reorganized states.The Sequel of Appomattox|Walter Lynwood Fleming
Readmis′sion, act of readmitting: state of being readmitted; Readmit′tance, admittance or allowance to enter again.