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Definition of "imputably" [im•put•a•bly]

  • In an imputable manner; by imputation. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "imputably" in a sentence
  • "A karmic tendency is imputably knowable by depending on its basis for labeling."
  • "Thus, to cognize the “not-yet-happening of the result,” we must rely on actual simultaneous cognition of the presently-happening mental continuum on which is imputable the karmic tendency for the result that has, imputably knowable on it, a “facet of temporarily not giving rise to its result.”"
  • "Gelug Prasangika identifies the basis for labeling a karmic tendency specifically as the mere “me” (nga-tsam), which itself is also a noncongruent affecting variable, imputably knowable on the basis of a mental continuum."