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Inadmissible vs Impermissible - What's the difference?

inadmissible | impermissible |


As adjectives the difference between inadmissible and impermissible

is that inadmissible is not admissible, especially that cannot be admitted as evidence at a trial while impermissible is not permissible; not to be permitted or allowed.

Impermissible - What does it mean?

impermissible | |

Unpermissible vs Impermissible - What's the difference?

unpermissible | impermissible |


As adjectives the difference between unpermissible and impermissible

is that unpermissible is not permissible while impermissible is not permissible; not to be permitted or allowed.

Impermissibility vs Impermissible - What's the difference?

impermissibility | impermissible | Related terms |

Impermissibility is a related term of impermissible.


As a noun impermissibility

is the state or condition of being impermissible.

As an adjective impermissible is

not permissible; not to be permitted or allowed.

Impermissibly vs Impermissible - What's the difference?

impermissibly | impermissible | Related terms |

Impermissibly is a related term of impermissible.


As an adverb impermissibly

is (chiefly|legal) in a way or to an extent that is not permissible.

As an adjective impermissible is

not permissible; not to be permitted or allowed.

Allow vs Impermissible - What's the difference?

allow | impermissible |


As a verb allow

is to grant, give, admit, accord, afford, or yield; to let one have.

As an adjective impermissible is

not permissible; not to be permitted or allowed.

Permit vs Impermissible - What's the difference?

permit | impermissible |


As a verb permit

is .

As a noun permit

is (obsolete) formal permission or permit can be a pompano of the species.

As an adjective impermissible is

not permissible; not to be permitted or allowed.

Permissible vs Impermissible - What's the difference?

permissible | impermissible |


As adjectives the difference between permissible and impermissible

is that permissible is permitted while impermissible is not permissible; not to be permitted or allowed.