ADMISS'ION, noun [Latin admissio.]
1. The act or practice of admitting, as the admission of aliens into our country; also, the state of being admitted.
2. Admittance; power or permission to enter; entrance; access; power to approach; as, our laws give to foreigners easy admission to the rights of citizens; the admission of a clerk to a benefice.
3. Allowance; grant of an argument or position not fully proved.