Definition of Imputably

1. adv. By imputation.



Definition of Imputably

1. Adverb. In an imputable manner; by imputation. ¹

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Definition of Imputably

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Imputably

impurify
impurifying
impuring
impurities
impurity
impurity control
impurple
impurpled
impurples
impurpling
imputabilities
imputability
imputable
imputable(p)
imputableness
imputably (current term)
imputation
imputations
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impute
imputed
imputer
imputers
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imputing
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imshi
imshy
imu

Literary usage of Imputably

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1. An essay on the philosophy of Christianity by Caleb Pitt (1824)
"Some, without finding a single text to support the assumption, have affirmed, that the damned in hell sin imputably, and hence have inferred ..."

2. Religion Within the Boundary of Pure Reason by Immanuel Kant (1838)
"An indwelling bias toward evil can therefore cleave only to the moral faculty of choice. Again, nothing can be morally (ie imputably) evil that ..."

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