- ad|mis|si|ble «ad MIHS uh buhl», adjective.1. capable or worthy of being admitted: »
Only adults are admissible to this club.2. a) permitted by a person in authority or by the rules; allowable: »
Is it admissible to swim here?SYNONYM(S): permissible. b) that can be considered; reasonable: »
an admissible suggestion.SYNONYM(S): conceivable. c) Law. that can be considered as evidence or proof.–ad|mis´si|ble|ness, noun.–ad|mis´si|bly, adverb.
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mis|ci|ble — «MIHS uh buhl», adjective. that can be mixed: »Water is not miscible with oil. ╂[< Latin miscēre mix + English ible] … Useful english dictionary
per|mis|si|ble — «puhr MIHS uh buhl», adjective. that can be permitted; allowable. SYNONYM(S): admissible. –per|mis´si|ble|ness, noun. –per|mis´si|bly, adverb … Useful english dictionary
im|mis|ci|ble — «ih MIHS uh buhl», adjective. that cannot be mixed: »Water and oil are immiscible. ╂[< Late Latin immiscibilis < Latin in not + miscēre to mix] –im|mis´ci|bly, adverb … Useful english dictionary
de|mis|a|ble — «dih MY zuh buhl», adjective. that can be demised or transferred … Useful english dictionary
o|mis|si|ble — «oh MIHS uh buhl», adjective. that can be omitted … Useful english dictionary
re|mis|si|ble — «rih MIHS uh buhl», adjective. that can be remitted … Useful english dictionary
trans|mis|si|ble — «trans MIHS uh buhl, tranz », adjective. that can be transmitted: »Scarlet fever is a transmissible disease … Useful english dictionary
ad·mis·si·ble — /ədˈmısəbəl/ adj : able to be admitted or allowed; especially : able to be allowed or considered in a legal case admissible evidence The judge decided that the confession was admissible in court. opposite ↑inadmissible … Useful english dictionary
per·mis·si·ble — /ˌpɚˈmısəbəl/ adj formal : allowed or permitted by laws or rules permissible levels of noise often + to It is not permissible for students to wear hats in school. opposite ↑impermissible … Useful english dictionary
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