Impermissibility vs Impermissibly - What's the difference?

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Impermissibility is a related term of impermissibly.


As a noun impermissibility

is the state or condition of being impermissible.

As an adverb impermissibly is

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

impermissibility

English

Noun

(en-noun)
  • The state or condition of being impermissible.
  • impermissibly

    English

    Adverb

    (en adverb)
  • (chiefly, legal) In a way or to an extent that is not permissible.
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  • , passage=The laws have been resisted and challenged by Democrats who argue that they exaggerate the dangers and incidence of voter fraud while impermissibly sacrificing voter access. }}