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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRACEABLE

Sometimes a rudiment of a fifth toe appears to be traceable.

This enemy is drought, traceable directly to the destruction of the forests.

It was only a traceable instance of the harm done by all such words.

I wonder how much of the women-in-industry movement is traceable to just that.

This notion is also traceable in every quarter of the globe.

In 1861 the whitewash was removed, and the colours, as far as traceable, restored.

There was variety in their habiliments, yet the national costume of Mexico was traceable in all.

The pattern varies, but the same hand is traceable throughout.

The effect of salt is traceable in the water of all the wells in the main valley.

Where they appeared as broadsides, these, when traceable, have been collated.

WORD ORIGIN

1748, from trace (v.) + -able. Related: Traceability.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TRACEABLE

deducible

adjectiveunderstandable
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