Synonyms for admittedly

Grammar : Adv
Spell : ad-mit-id-lee
Phonetic Transcription : ædˈmɪt ɪd li

Top 10 synonyms for admittedly Other synonyms for the word admittedly

Définition of admittedly

Origin :
  • 1780, from past participle of admit + -ly (2).
  • As in really : adv without a doubt
  • As in surely : adv without doubt
  • As in legally : adv in accordance with the law
  • As in genuinely : adv really
  • As in verily : adv really
Example sentences :
  • Suffice it to record the fact that these relics are admittedly pre-Christian.
  • Extract from : « The Non-Christian Cross » by John Denham Parsons
  • It was admittedly too high-powered for England; you were across the county in about a minute.
  • Extract from : « Love and Lucy » by Maurice Henry Hewlett
  • He was admittedly a brave man, but, more than this, he had a great deal of sense.
  • Extract from : « The O'Ruddy » by Stephen Crane
  • Admittedly, Chinese painting is governed by distinctive ideas.
  • Extract from : « Chinese Painters » by Raphael Petrucci
  • There could be no doubt that the affair was purely and admittedly a defensive one.
  • Extract from : « A Critical Exposition of the Popular 'Jihd' » by Moulavi Gergh Ali
  • You are admittedly a statesman and an influential man in your Party.
  • Extract from : « Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo » by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • I have it from you then—for it's of great importance—that he was definitely and admittedly bad?
  • Extract from : « The Turn of the Screw » by Henry James
  • When he was in college Nancy had been admittedly the first of Woodbridge young ladies.
  • Extract from : « Tutors' Lane » by Wilmarth Lewis
  • The Coventry procession is admittedly a representation of Godgifu's ride.
  • Extract from : « The Science of Fairy Tales » by Edwin Sidney Hartland
  • What amount of assurance may you offer to us, you who admittedly are one of ourselves?
  • Extract from : « The Loyalist » by James Francis Barrett

Antonyms for admittedly

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