Inf. letting on, divulgence.
5. recognition, admittance, admitting, allowance, granting; assent, accedence, consent, concession, acquiescence; agreement, approval, concurrence,
admit, v. 1. let in, open the door to, allow to enter, give access to, give right of entry to, yield passage to, grant or afford entrance to, adhibit; take in, receive, welcome, greet; accept, include, embrace, incorporate; induct, install, initiate, inaugurate, invest, vest.
2. permit, allow, let, grant; admit of, be compatible with, tolerate, bear, stand, support.
3. approve of, accept, go along with, agree, concur with; allow as valid, concede, grant, recognize, see; assent to, accede to, yield to, submit to.
4. acknowledge, confess, SI. fess up, SI. come clean, Inf. own up, Inf. make no bones about; avow, profess, express, utter, declare, tell; make known, Inf. let on, divulge, let out, disclose, reveal, expose.
admittance, n. 1. permission to enter, access, right of entry, admission; reception, welcome, greeting, introduction, acknowledgement, recognition; acceptance, inclusion, embracement, incorporation, induction, installation, initiation, inauguration, investiture.
2. entrance, entry, entree, ingress; passage, adit, approach; entryway, portal, door, gate.
3. admitting, allowance, concession, granting; assent, accedence, consent, concession, acquiescence; agreement, approval, concurrence.
4. avowal, profession, expression, utterance, declaration; confession, SI. fessing up, Inf. owning up; making known, Inf. letting on, divulgence, disclosure, revelation, exposure.
admittedly, adv. acknowledgedly, by acknowledgement, concededly, grantedly; confessedly, avowedly, declaredly, professedly,
admix, v. intermix, mix with, intermingle, mingle with, interlard; mix, mix in, blend, blend in, commix, combine, commingle, compound, mix or blend together; tinge with, sprinkle with, flavor with, season with.
admixture, n. 1. mixture, commixture, intermix
ture, blend, mingling, commingling, intermingling.
2. combination, compound; medley, melange, potpourri, olio; hodgepodge, mishmash, jumble, farrago, gallimaufry; hash, stew, ragout, salmagundi, olla-podrida.
3. spice, seasoning, flavoring, flavor, taste, twang; trace, tincture, smack, smattering, hint, suggestion, tinge; dash, pinch, touch, bit; sauce, condiment, relish.
admonish, v. 1. caution, warn, forewarn, put on one's guard; advise, counsel against, Archaic, dissuade.
2. reprove, scold, rebuke, berate; censure, blame, take to task, call to account; chide, upbraid, reprehend, reproach, reprimand.
3. remind, notify, give notice to, inform, apprise, acquaint with; enlighten, make aware, make realize; jog, stir, jolt; urge, push.
admonition, n. 1. counsel, advice, Archaic, dissuasion; caution, warning, monition, notice; forewarning, prediction.
2. reproof, reproval, remonstrance, expostulation; censure, blame, reprehension; scolding, chiding, rap on the knuckles, rebuke, upbraiding, reprimand, reproach.
admonitory, adj. warning, monitory, cautionary, precautionary, premonitory, forewarning; threatening, ominous, menacing, minatory,
ado, n. 1. bustle, hustle, hurry, hurrying, flurry, flutter, buzzing or flitting about, scurry, hurry-scurry, running around, doing, Inf. to-do, Sometimes Facetious. do; busyness, stir, activity, action, motion, movement.