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Common misspellings for admitted:

admited, admittley, immitted, admiit, adittued, admirred, admidded, atituted, admittidly, immatated, admidt, admititley, addcited, readimtted, adidtude, atachted, admitadly, addttude, admiered, addmired, aditted, domiated, admistted, alimited, adabted, admidst, audieted, admititng, admitttedly, idmeditly, addictied, addmittied, admtted, ammited, addmittedly, admitte, admittted, admitadely, admnitted, addmitedly, admirered, admended, addittude, aditud, amdmitted, ubmitted, admitts, addatuide, adidted, audimated, ammitted, admisitered, additued, attiuted, admintted, ommited, adminted, adicted, adopited, atomated, editited, addmitadly, admitedly, idmettely, admitely, admittadly, attirbuted, additude, authomated, eatamated, emmitted, abmmited, atmepted, attituted, admite, attibuted, admitterd, admiited, addmited, amitted, admittly, additiude, admoitted, cdommitted, admitidly, antamited, admittely, aditude, admined, admitly, admitdly, adobted, adminiter, addicited, adoulted, attmetped, addmitt, addictted, admitteded, editted.


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Quotes for admitted:

  1. When I was about 17 or 18, I finally admitted to myself that I wasn't going to change. I didn't know what the consequences would be, but I had the definite feeling that it was going to wreck my Disney career.
  2. I had always intended to make a living out of playing blues. But I never admitted it to myself. I don't suppose I could have given a logical reason for it ever becoming possible to do so.
  3. Invention, it must be humbly admitted, does not consist in creating out of voice, but out of chaos.
  4. It is admitted by everybody that rights and privileges enjoyed by the Roman Catholic minority in Manitoba down to 1890, were taken away by legislation of 1890.
  5. When my parents first arrived there, North Dakota had just been admitted to the Union, and the country was still wild and harsh.