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Definition of "inadmissibility" [in•ad•mis•si•bil•i•ty]

  • The state of being inadmissible (noun)
  • Something inadmissible (noun)

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Use "inadmissibility" in a sentence
  • "I also echo CrazyTrain’s highlighting of Miranda violations merely resulting in inadmissibility — makes sense in hindsight (it functions like the exclusionary rule does), but not intuitive or obvious if you haven’t thought of it."
  • "We have a series of unequivocal and undeviating standards based on United Nations Resolution 242, which Begin accepted without question, every word of it: that is, the inadmissibility of the acquisition of territory by force and the pledge to withdraw from occupied territories."
  • "We have a series of unequivocal and undeviating standards based on United Nations resolution 242 which Begin accepted without question, every word of it: that is, the inadmissibility of the acquisition of territory by force and the pledge to withdraw from occupied territories."