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1. Don't be afraid to admit to your mistakes.
2. She didn't have the courage to admit to her deception.
3. I couldn't admit to my parents that I was finding the course difficult.
4. He will never admit to me that he is lazy.
5. A quarter of all workers admit to taking time off when they are not ill.
6. In America, people don'tnormally admit to the hardness of life.
7. His advice was to be defensive and never admit to any inadequacy.
8. I admit to being congenitally lazy.
9. He's never been able to admit to his mistakes.
10. George would never admit to being wrong.
11. She refuses to admit to herself that she has a weight problem.
12. Few people will admit to being racially prejudiced.
13. I must admit to a prejudice in favour of British universities.
14. It's not often that a government minister will admit to being wrong.
15. He refused to admit to the other charges.
16. Even our die-hard Communist friends admit to the existence of small-scale scams under the old system.
17. He would never admit to himself that this was because Jeopardy seemed beyond him.
18. I admit to running the red light, but there were extenuating circumstances.
19. A quarter of all workers admit to taking time off when they are not sick.
20. About 15 percent admit to having drunk more than five alcoholic beverages in a row during the previous two weeks.
21. Not that Mariucci will publicly admit to looking that far ahead.
22. He did not admit to authorship until offensive coordinator Marc Trestman mentioned it.
23. In this I would admit to a personal bias toward flexibility and a lateral approach.
24. He'd never admit to being embarrassed.
25. Though I hardly drink at all,(http://sentencedict.com/admit to.html) I admit to loving that astringent cold perfume of vodka every now and then.
26. Up to two thirds of 14 to 16 year olds admit to buying drink illegally.
27. Yet even then, as whenever she broke the rules, I had to admit to a tiny bubble of delight.
28. The book is generally well illustrated although I must admit to finding some of the figures either misleading or annoying.
29. Yet there is another failure which we less readily admit to.
30. The ferryman was Charon and those he would not admit to his boat were the unfortunates who had not been duly buried.
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