Admissibility refers to the suitability or acceptability of something or someone to be allowed or considered in a particular situation. Some of the common antonyms for admissibility are inadmissible, unacceptable, inappropriate, unsuitable, and irrelevant. Inadmissible means not allowed, invalid, or prohibited from being considered in a particular setting. Unacceptable suggests that something is not acceptable, not satisfactory, or not meeting the desired standards. Similarly, inappropriate implies that something is not suitable or fitting for a given context, while unsuitable means not appropriate or not suitable for a particular purpose. Lastly, irrelevant suggests that something is not related or does not pertain to the topic or context at hand.
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- finding, ignorance.