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Definition of "ascribable" [as•crib•a•ble]

  • Able to be ascribed. (adjective)

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Use "ascribable" in a sentence
  • "All such states again as exist with stupefication (of the senses, the mind or the understanding) whose cause is unascertainable, and which are incomprehensible (by either reasons or inward light), should be known as ascribable to the action of"
  • "Put differently, if a mystical experience has some impact upon a person's understanding then it must be 'ascribable' to that person, by themselves or another, and so the insistence on 'non-conceptuality' is self-contradicting;"
  • "He was a blank slate, and I liked that he was ascribable, that I could assign him to be what I wanted him to be."