Definition of Admittedly. Meaning of Admittedly. Synonyms of Admittedly

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Definition of Admittedly

Admittedly
Admittedly Ad*mit"ted*ly adv. Confessedly.

Meaning of Admittedly from wikipedia

- Admittedly Incomplete Demos is a demo album by Tally Hall. It is a compilation of demos from the Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum and Good & Evil albums...
- an umarell's wife. With the above-described meaning, the term has been admittedly created by the writer Danilo Masotti in 2005, deliberately distorting...
- celebrate individuality, but is too timid and predictable to achieve its admittedly noble aims." On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 60%...
- nomadic vampire, in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2. Pace was admittedly aware of the re****tion linked to the Twilight franchise, and revealed...
- the law, he uses his skills from his former career as a successful, yet admittedly fraudulent, psychic medium to help a team of CBI agents solve murders...
- Grax adds considerably to the somewhat slow mind of Skullcruncher, which admittedly isn't hard, but still finds most of his suggestions ignored unless they...
- use—the glad suffering—of fools by Shakespeare, who elevated their roles, admittedly non-Pauline, throughout his literary corpus. In his highly regarded early...
- described that "the messy screenplay in the second half ruins the story that admittedly has enough potential for romance, laughs, sentiments and action". In 2003...
- dignity three probably and two possibly fictitious persons two pretenders admittedly not contemporary with Gallienus three pretenders not contemporary with...
- of deep cross-court groundstrokes to keep them off balance. Pironkova admittedly prefers shorter rallies, and looks for winners early in the point which...
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