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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

In a manner that can be accepted; In an allowable manner

Usage examples (3)
  • Britain and the United States has been directed not entirely to the engine department, but to the hulls and to the production of a large class of ships, which are...
  • For May had the unique advantage of combining that degree of conventionality which is admissibly essential, with a refreshing lack of conventionality in non-essentials.
  • Neither, indeed, are allowed any choice as to what they will accept; but the clergy, such at least as can be fully confided in, may admissibly and meritoriously make... for more
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