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[sentence adverb] Used to express a concession or recognition that something is the case:‘admittedly, the salary was not wonderful’
admittedly, beyond question, without question, definitely, undoubtedly, without a doubtView synonyms
- ‘Our lives have had meaning before this moment - not much meaning, admittedly, but we got by.’
- ‘So, taking that admittedly arbitrary target, we still have some way to go.’
- ‘It can, admittedly, be hard to distinguish between being idealistic and being unrealistic.’
- ‘Sylvia Plath wrote about love, though admittedly not in the lightest or happiest manner.’
- ‘On each of the first two holes, admittedly from tricky spots, he failed to even get his ball on the green when chipping.’
- ‘This, admittedly, gives one a splendid insight into the more mysterious workings of the human mind.’
- ‘Perhaps with a few more performances she will relax into this admittedly very demanding role.’
- ‘The road is narrow, admittedly, but there is a white line down the middle.’
- ‘I blame the speed for making me fall six times, although, admittedly, I was the only one amongst us to do so.’
- ‘I retain a certain fondness for him that is admittedly entirely unwarranted.’
- ‘The flurry of inputs, some of which admittedly do not have much substance should not be dismissed.’
- ‘I've never cried when I got the push, which admittedly happened only the once.’
- ‘He is admittedly a visual genius, but he was often accused of fetishising violence in his films.’
- ‘So does he now regret what was an admittedly misguided, but initially private, prank between friends?’
- ‘It's only a hobby - admittedly one that pays for itself - but it is a great reminder.’
- ‘It is a depressing fact that no European has won one of golf's premier events in this admittedly still young century.’
- ‘I've only been once before, admittedly, but it doesn't strike me as particularly rough.’
- ‘In my judgement, admittedly from a very narrow perspective, it is anger which is the predominant emotion.’
- ‘Bringing a genuinely unique sound to an admittedly tired genre is worth celebrating.’
- ‘He taught himself how to play on a keyboard at home… but admittedly he was no virtuoso’
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