Another word for admit
To grant entrance
acknowledge, confess, own, indicate, disclose, divulge, reveal, avow, declare, proclaim, communicate, make known, confide, open up, unbosom oneself, bare, uncover, expose, bring to light, tell, relate, narrate, go into details, make a clean breast of, break down and confess, plead guilty, tell all*, own up*, fess up*, come clean*, level with*, make no bones about*, let slip*, talk*, sing*, cough up*, spill the beans*, spill*, let on*, let one's hair down*, let it all hang out*, come out into the open*, come out of the closet*.
Antonyms hide*, cover up, obscure.
concede, allow, acknowledge, grant, accept, agree, confess, realize, indicate, concur, avow, consent, accede, acquiesce, yield, tolerate, recognize, declare, profess, adopt, assent, accord, confirm, affirm, approve, subscribe to, go along with, coincide, assume, make way for, credit, give credence to, fall in with.
admit is applied to assent that has been elicited by persuasion and implies a conceding of a fact or point of view I'll admit you're right; acknowledge implies the reluctant disclosure of something one might have kept secret he acknowledged the child as his; own denotes an informal acknowledgment of something in connection with oneself to own to a liking for turnips; avow implies an open, emphatic declaration, often as an act of affirmation; confess is applied to a formal acknowledgment of a sin, crime, etc., but in a weakened sense is used in making simple declarations, esp. of something about oneself felt to be shameful, awkward, or damaging I confess I've never understood it See also syn. study at receive.
Another word for admitverb
To allow admittance, as to a group:accept, receive, take in. See accept
To serve as a means of entrance for:intromit, let in. See enter
To afford an opportunity for:allow, let, permit. See allow
To express recognition of:acknowledge, recognize. See affirm, knowledge
To recognize, often reluctantly, the reality or truth of:acknowledge, avow, concede, confess, grant, own (up). (Slang) fess up. (Chiefly Regional) allow. See affirm, knowledge