admitting to a specific charge or accusation; self-confessed: a self-admitted spy.

Related formsself-ad·mit·ted·ly, adverb Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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  • Was it necessary for her to tell these meddlers why she had sought the companionship of a self-admitted malefactor?

    Parrot & Co.

    Harold MacGrath

  • She was his sister and she needed him now as never before, needed him now despite his self-admitted worthlessness.

    From the Housetops

    George Barr McCutcheon

  • Like many another plain-faced woman (as she was self-admitted) she had her special vanity.