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adjective as in traceable

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Perhaps most famously, forensic genetic genealogy was used in 2018 to identify and arrest Joseph James DeAngelo, the man who for decades was known in California as the Golden State Killer.

The company is aiming to go public as soon as the first quarter of 2021, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the information is private.

From Fortune

I dig into the findings of BofA’s latest survey of the portfolio pros, identifying where the money is flowing as we head into a new year.

From Fortune

If a cyberattack were properly identified in time, the vaccine could be remanufactured, but it would result in a backup in its distribution.

From Fortune

That team has gathered enough data to identify types of stories it is confident will do well.

From Digiday

He frets about how identifiable he is in the grainy footage.

But unlike any other director, he was an identifiable public figure, as recognizable as any president or movie star.

It has to be said that Dunham includes characteristics that do make “Barry” potentially identifiable.

These are palpable, identifiable matters that are ingrained into the very fabric of The Babadook.

In New York City, he was a character who was immediately identifiable.

It is only in sense-knowledge that the stimulus and what is known are, with qualifications, identifiable.

Well-known airs are accompanied by raps beaten in perfect time with them and identifiable as the counterpart of the airs.

Mr. Eliot is one of the very few who have given a personal rhythm, an identifiable quality of sound as well as of style.

Even the "Arabian Nights" have a clearly identifiable background of popular legend and myth.

Recognition indicates only that an object has sufficiently impressed a mind to keep it known and identifiable.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to identifiable, such as: attributable, detectable, trackable, accountable, ascribable, and derivative.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.