accountable

[ uh-koun-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF accountable

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But I am accountable to man, and that account I am willing to render.

Why should Marcolina, accountable to no one but herself, be concerned at his threats?

She is like a little child, not accountable for her actions.

But I'm not accountable—not always, I tell you straight—not since I've been through that.

Of course, I was not accountable for my actions at that age.'

One is not accountable for words uttered in moments of debility and hunger.

Things are not issued to you; you are issued with them, and you alone are accountable.

Might it not be himself, instead of the poor mother, who was accountable for the Pimpernel?

She won't do that, though, and I hold you accountable for anything else she does.

By a train of events for which she is not accountable the question has become of importance to you.

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