Examples of usage:

  1. Fenwick had noticed, then, that Sally's assent to the insertion of any candidate's name turned on two points: one, the lady's consent being taken for granted; the other, that every young single female human creature known by name or describable by language was actually out of the question, or inadmissible in its answer. "Somehow Good" by William de Morgan
  2. If, however, spirits are happy, more or less happy, according to the spiritualists, as they are more or less developed- and there seems nothing inadmissible in this theory- we must suppose that their happiness is not purely contemplative. "Mrs. Piper & the Society for Psychical Research" by Michael Sage
  3. But, after all, he candidly confessed, that his proposal was not likely to be useful, while the evidence of slaves continued inadmissible against their masters. "The History of the Rise, Progress and Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave-Trade, by the British Parliament (1839)" by Thomas Clarkson
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