traceable

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  • Many sections are now used by the modern road network while other parts are still traceable.
  • The number of these cases traceable to any one process of work had not increased under the new system. Cited from Making Both Ends Meet, by Sue Ainslie Clark and Edith Wyatt
  • The spring that gave rise to this well is no longer traceable.
  • He told her then that the oldest traceable influence in the life of the human race is the sea. Cited from The Bride of the Mistletoe, by James Lane Allen
  • But never was there an effect more directly traceable to a cause. Cited from The Continental Monthly, Vol III, Issue VI, June, 1863, by Various
  • It is rare that children come into this world without a parent or so being traceable. Cited from Mankind in the Making, by H. G. Wells
  • The site is also several miles from any of the traceable locations mentioned at the trial.
  • To what extent are your personal standards of conduct traceable to what you have seen at the theatre? Cited from Problems in American Democracy, by T. Williamson
  • Relations between the two countries are traceable as far back as the nineteenth century.
  • And one may fairly suppose that similar results are traceable in the other nations concerned. Cited from The Healing of Nations, by Edward Carpenter
  • Much, very much, of our more general trouble is traceable tho same source. Cited from The Forerunner, Volume 1, Charlotte P. Gilman
  • Of the personal experiences traceable through many of them, it is not necessary to speak. Cited from Poems of the Heart and Home, by Mrs. J.C. Yule
  • The human form is seldom or never traceable in work of this kind. Cited from The Pagan Tribes of Borneo, by Hose & McDougall
  • His appearance suggested that some explanation of David might be traceable in this quarter. Cited from The Reign Of Law, by James Lane Allen
  • The whole position is simple and clear; and easily traceable to its root. Cited from The Forerunner, Volume 1, Charlotte P. Gilman
  • It was only a traceable instance of the harm done by all such words. Cited from We Two, by Edna Lyall
  • And the lack of this discipline is traceable in all his actions till he had reached middle life. Cited from The Youth of Goethe, by Peter Hume Brown
  • The literary talent of my brother is not easily traceable to either branch of the family. Cited from A Little Book of Western Verse, by Eugene Field
  • Nor were they traceable to the demeanour of his wife when he returned home from the studio. Cited from Mr. Prohack, by E. Arnold Bennett
  • That portion of it on the bottom of the valley is easily traceable under a high light as a white line. Cited from The Moon, by Thomas Gwyn Elger
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Meaning of traceable

  • adjective Capable of being traced or tracked
    a traceable riverbed, the traceable course of an ancient wall