traceable

Part of speech: adjective

Capable of being traced.

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Usage examples "traceable":

  1. No change in his sentiments is traceable until August 25th, when he indited a letter to Marie Louise, asserting that Napoleon was dying " in the torments of the longest and most frightful agony," a prey to the cruelty of England! - "The Life of Napoleon I (Volumes, 1 and 2)", John Holland Rose.
  2. The characters, as I have said, are not easily traceable, but even in this respect Hawthorne was something of a photographer. - "The Romance of Old New England Rooftrees", Mary Caroline Crawford.
  3. But, under the third head, I name two which are more directly traceable to the personal work of Darwin, and more definitely characteristic of the age in which his influence was paramount: viz. - "Darwin and Modern Science", A.C. Seward and Others.