accountability[ uh-koun-tuh-bil-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF accountability
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It has no prescribed nor acknowledged mode of accountability.
He denies their accountability alike to the Pope and the people.
It has been said that there is no accountability, if not to God.
Get rid of those silly notions about accountability and all that rubbish.
Moreover, Rufus's sense of accountability was particularly keen.
Every good parent has a feeling of accountability for the acts of his children.
Accountability, therefore, cannot be predicated of such phenomena.
I was even less than Jack; had I been her brother I could have held him to accountability.
It has great power without any balancing weight of accountability.
He taught moral obligation, on the basis of accountability to God.