Noun(1) the right to enter(2) the act of admitting someone to enter
(1) Although FranÔö£┬║ois Achille Bazaine had middle-class origins, when he failed to gain admittance to military academy he enlisted into the infantry.(2) The German shepherd is, at heart, a friendly dog, but it will always want to make sure strangers have a right to enter its home before admittance is granted.(3) Signs alerted hikers that no admittance was allowed without a permit.(4) The doors began to swing open, allowing Suzaku admittance .(5) people were unable to gain admittance to the hall(6) In order to gain admittance into the Milliken or Fairchild Libraries after hours, a student or faculty member must scan their personally assigned access card.(7) With a brief word from his chauffeur, they were allowed admittance .(8) When RSPCA inspectors and Council dog wardens called last December, they were refused admittance by the mother who said that one of the dogs would bite them.(9) Despite desperate attempts by the Carlow branch of the ISPCA to gain admittance to the site to save the birds, remarkably no one in county Carlow had a key to open the site's locked gates.(10) He goes to great lengths, for example, to describe his admittance into Hampton Institute in Virginia in 1872 as the result of his ability to clean and dust a classroom.(11) If we, the citizens, are not aware of this, others are, and by the millions seek immediate admittance into these institutions.(12) The courtroom is packed, and not even the humblest is refused admittance .(13) Local residents are only too well aware of the increasing danger to pedestrians along West Lane at the times of school admittance and school closure yet this decision will increase the volume of traffic past Sandal School.(14) In 1993 I was able to gain admittance to the Literature Department of the film academy.(15) The guy was nice and let us stay, but he said that others might ask me for two coupons to allow both of us admittance .(16) The unfairness of it is even further emphasised when it comes to people queuing to gain admittance to nightclubs or pubs.
(1) no admittance :: нест, иљозат
1. entry ::
2. admission ::
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