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Definition of "readmitted" [readmitted]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of readmit. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "readmitted" in a sentence
  • "Congress mandated that a state could be readmitted into the Union only if its constitution included provisions for black suffrage and if its legislature ratified not only the Fourteenth Amendment but also a new Fifteenth Amendment, which made illegal the denial of suffrage to any citizen on account of “race, color, or previous condition of servitude.”"
  • "The bills divided the South except for Tennessee, which was readmitted into the Union only because it had agreed to ratify the Fourteenth Amendment into five military districts and gave supreme authority over those districts to officers of the United States Army."
  • "If caught making the same or even lesser “mistakes,” a Harvard student would have had to withdraw from school immediately, stay away from campus for at least two additional semesters, and work satisfactorily at a full-time job for six months before being readmitted."