Not admissible: inadmissible evidence. (adjective)
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Use "inadmissible" in a sentence
"Airlines are required to check entry documents on international flights because countries don't like airlines bringing in inadmissible people that have to be sent back."
"DOBBS: The results of our poll tonight: 75 percent of you are not surprised that more than six years after September 11th, so-called inadmissible illegal aliens are still able to walk right through supposedly secure points of entry into the United States."
"The respondents said Sarfu's whole case was based on newspaper clippings, which was described as inadmissible hearsay evidence."