For these reasons the amount of illness traceable to raw milk far exceeds that ascribable to any other food.
Are these miraculous revelations that we hear of ascribable to evil influences?
They are not ascribable to the purely intellectual movement alone, though it is no doubt an essential factor.
The third portion, or epilogue, appears to be ascribable chiefly to the genial love of Homer for the horse.
Perhaps to some extent this is ascribable to the influence of the genius loci.
Here we come upon the border of those changes which are ascribable to use and disuse.
Who could say whether his silence were ascribable to the absence of danger, or to his own absence?
It is every day disputed whether in war success is ascribable to conduct or to fortune.
Of the increased deaths, 700,000 were ascribable to insufficient nourishment, mainly in the last two years of war.
That they were effective in action was ascribable to a great extent to the admirable acting of Miss Terry.
to count; to enter into an account
Latin ad- + scribere 'to write'
transitive; used with to