"If it were admissible to contradict a lady," said the gallant Mr. Elton— "I have perhaps given her a little more decision of character, have taught her to think on points which had not fallen in her way before."
But the expression is hardly admissible, Mrs. Weston, is it?
The impossibility of her quitting her father, Mr. Knightley felt as strongly as herself; but the inadmissibility of any other change, he could not agree to.
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It was termed an "Application for Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility."
Joshua Davis -- Spare Parts
What were they going to argue, that all the evidence was inadmissible?