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Synonyms for admission

Synonyms for admission

the state of being allowed entry

the right to enter or make use of

the act of admitting to something

Synonyms for admission

the act of admitting someone to enter

an acknowledgment of the truth of something

the right to enter

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Judge Thomas Teague, QC, said: "The defendant's own evidence, bluntly, seemed to me to an admission of guilt.
In a statement released on the website of his lawyers and supporters, Khodorkovsky said his application for a pardon was not an admission of guilt.
NEW YORK -- Outside the view of paying customers, people accused of shoplifting at Macy's huge flagship store are escorted by security guards to cells in ''Room 140,'' where they can be held for hours, asked to sign an admission of guilt and pay hundreds in fines, sometimes without any conclusive proof they stole anything.
Compare the news coverage following David Letterman's admission of guilt to Tiger Woods' year of denials.
Bridger made a tactical admission of guilt designed to conceal the full atrociousness of his crime.
This concerns the prior need for the admission of guilt, and repentance for their crimes by all prisoners before they can even be considered for conditional release under licence.
An amount of N$59,000 was collected for admission of guilt fines.
World Anti-doping Agency chief John Fahey said Armstrong's decision not to contest the allegations added up to nothing more than an admission of guilt.
Luc Cote and Patricio Henriquez's "You Don't Like the Truth" demonstrates, through excerpts from an actual videotaped interrogation at Guantanamo, the process by which human will can be systematically broken down to force an admission of guilt, regardless of truth.
The actress delivered the plea through her lawyer on a reduced, misdemeanor theft charge, which under California law is effectively an admission of guilt.
The 55-year-old Oscar winner was accused of striking his then-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva during a fight in January 2010, but his no contest plea did not include an admission of guilt.
Booth said the admission of guilt was an administrative act, and did not amount to a criminal conviction.
But, of course, we will never see such a step since this would require an admission of guilt by the establishment.
But even that, says Taylor, who is still revered by the supporters for taking Villa back up to the First Division and then to the brink of the title in 1990, is seen as an admission of guilt.
Mr Miller's family said that the settlement was the nearest they could get to an admission of guilt from Israel.