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  • adv. In a traceable manner

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a traceable manner; so as to be traced.


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  • They might make any manner of hideous uproar -- they could shake buildings; they could out-thunder the thunder, deafen the deaf, and kill the sick with noise; or they could walk the streets or drive through them bawling, squawking, or screeching, as they chose, if the noise was traceably connected with business; though street musicians were not tolerated, being considered a nuisance and an interference.

    The Turmoil

  • It was traceably germinating in the schoolboy; it was manifestly present in his mind at the very last moment of his adventurous life.

    The Research Magnificent

  • Visibly, palpably, traceably, he stood off from this, moved back from it as from an open chasm now suddenly perceived, but which had been, between the two, with so much, so strangely much else, quite uncalculated.

    The Golden Bowl — Volume 2

  • Charlotte's aspect, her success there, her effect traceably produced, her clothes inimitably worn, her cleverness gracefully displayed, her social utility, in fine, brilliantly exemplified, the subject of endless inquiry.

    The Golden Bowl — Volume 2

  • Brookenham just traceably took this in, but to what profit was not calculable.

    The Awkward Age

  • I note once again that I had not escaped seeing it actually and traceably dealt with -- (I admit) a good deal of friendly suspense; also with the nature and degree of the "sacrifice" left very much to one's appreciation.

    The Awkward Age

  • A feeling perhaps traceably akin to what many of us have felt, that if our father the devil -- "auld Nickie Ben" -- would only tak 'a thought and mend, as he aiblins might, he would be the very king of father confessors.

    Somehow Good

  • Sword, from which it most likely, although not quite traceably, issues as if from a nucleus.

    A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century Fourth Edition

  • We are still perhaps traceably related to the Adamite old-youngster just on his legs, who betrayed at every turn his Darwinian beginnings, and relished

    One of Our Conquerors — Complete

  • Nevertheless, with her heart in hand, her movements are traceably as rational as a soldier's before the enemy or a trader's matching his customer.

    Lord Ormont and His Aminta — Complete


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