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admissible
used in Sycamore Row

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Definition
worthy of entry — especially evidence allowable in court
  • He was deeply moved by its content but bothered by its admissibility.
    p. 629.8
  • Was any of it admissible in court?
    p. 355.7
  • Most of what she said would not be admissible in court; however, the fact that she could take the stand, let the jury absorb her ethnicity, and chat about her claim for sexual harassment at the hands of Seth Hubbard would sway any white jury to believe the old guy and Lettie were probably doing business.
    p. 398.3
  • Judge Atlee had long since ruled them admissible.
    p. 535.3
  • "Well, Judge, it's patently inadmissible.
    p. 600.9

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