“We accepted access to the data, we looked at it and handled it responsibly,” Keller said.
How one court case could free them to ‘recreate’ responsibly.
I mean a class that teaches young people to responsibly handle their personal and family finances.
You don't want to depend on a teenager or young adult to responsibly go and get the vaccine before they become sexually active.
Geneticists have wrestled slowly and responsibly, if very painfully, with these complex and unprecedented issues.
Since 1811 until this time, he has been responsibly connected with the federal government.
I am free and freely and responsibly making the future—so far as I am concerned.
What a good son this was—safe, level-headed, coolly and responsibly generous!
We will begin to responsibly leave Iraq to its people, and forge a hard-earned peace in Afghanistan.
The work was responsibly done, as such work should be in every case.
1590s, "answerable" (to another, for something), from obsolete French responsible (13c., Modern French responsable, as if from Latin *responsabilis), from Latin respons-, past participle stem of respondere "to respond" (see respond). Meaning "accountable for one's actions" is attested from 1640s; that of "reliable, trustworthy" is from 1690s. Retains the sense of "obligation" in the Latin root word. Related: Responsibly.