Definitions and Examples of unacceptable, ineligible, inadmissible
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Not meeting the required standards or expectations; not satisfactory.
His behavior was unacceptable and he was asked to leave the club.
Not having the necessary qualifications or meeting the requirements for something.
He was ineligible for the club membership because he didn't meet the age requirement.
Not allowed or accepted, especially as evidence in a court of law.
The evidence was deemed inadmissible in court because it was obtained illegally.
Key Differences: unacceptable vs ineligible vs inadmissible
- 1Unacceptable refers to something that does not meet the required standards or expectations.
- 2Ineligible refers to someone who does not have the necessary qualifications or meet the requirements for something.
- 3Inadmissible refers to something that is not allowed or accepted, especially as evidence in a court of law.
Effective Usage of unacceptable, ineligible, inadmissible
- 1Legal Context: Use inadmissible in legal contexts to describe evidence that cannot be used in court.
- 2Membership Criteria: Use ineligible to describe someone who does not meet the requirements for club membership.
- 3Standards and Expectations: Use unacceptable to describe something that does not meet the required standards or expectations.
The antonyms of clubable are unacceptable, ineligible, and inadmissible. These words convey the opposite meaning of being suitable or qualified for membership in a club or group. Use these words in legal contexts, to describe membership criteria, or to express a lack of meeting standards or expectations.