Example sentences for: admitting

How can you use “admitting” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Instead of admitting to scandal fatigue and fear of exasperating the public, reporters and politicians observe that the "statute of limitations" on the rape charge has expired.

  • But, to show that our language is improved, and that those people have not a just value for the age in which they live, let us consider in what the refinement of a language principally consists: that is, either in rejecting such old words, or phrases, which are ill sounding, or improper; or in admitting new, which are more proper, more sounding, and more significant.

  • 1) It means admitting that the entire mess could have been avoided had Clinton fessed up in the first place.

  • Like admitting you're tired, being caught wearing a dog collar is embarrassing.

  • But admitting black students who wouldn't be admitted under a merit-based policy is precisely what high-school quotas do.


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