attributable

[ verb uh-trib-yoot; noun a-truh-byoot ]SEE DEFINITION OF attributable

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This is attributable to the neglect and exposure which are far too often their lot.

This was, of course, attributable to the difference in their food and drink.

To this cause in no small degree were the delays of 1868 and 1869 attributable.

The reason to which these blessings are attributable, is consideration for the elect.

Is it true that her illness is attributable to nursing those people?

Again, it is useless to say that such results are attributable to chance.

But you cannot tell at what time that was, or to what cause it was attributable?

The fault, if there was a fault, was attributable to Mr. Monk.

The Senator thinks that this result is not attributable to the ordinance.

Rashes are produced in about one-third of the cases, and are attributable to the antitoxin.

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