The parallel roads of Glen Roy are referable to some part of the same era.
The heat produced in both cases is referable to a common cause.
Only a few nesting data are referable to the Newfoundland yellow warbler.
They exist under two forms, and are referable to a double origin.
This was referable to infection from the skin itself, or to infection from without subsequent to the infliction of the injury.
And this is the case with phenomena, as regards that in them which is referable to mere sensation.
Of the three chief by-products of alcoholic fermentation, only glycerol remains at present referable directly to the sugar.
This crisis presents a class of duties which is referable to yourselves.
All the pretended miracles near enough to be examined are referable to illusion or imposture.
All these effects should be referable to the same group of causes.
late 14c., "to trace back (to a first cause), attribute, assign," from Old French referer (14c.) and directly from Latin referre "to relate, refer," literally "to carry back," from re- "back" (see re-) + ferre "carry" (see infer). Meaning "to commit to some authority for a decision" is from mid-15c.; sense of "to direct (someone) to a book, etc." is from c.1600. Related: Referred; referring.