Origin of accountable
Related formsac·count·a·ble·ness, nounac·count·a·bly, adverbnon·ac·count·a·ble, adjective
Examples from the Web for accountable
It is freedom, and accountable both legally and socially to the free choices of others around them.
I hope that America is going to hold Cuba accountable in public opinion.
If candidates failed to take action, CounterPAC was ready to hold them accountable.
When she tried to hold them accountable, a whole new kind of abuse began.
And always in the background, evanescent but, in the end, accountable, is Rupert Murdoch—courted, feared and sometimes loathed.Murdoch on the Rocks: How a Lone Reporter Revealed the Mogul's Tabloid Terror Machine|Clive Irving|August 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
You are accountable to Parliament for the execution of that act according to the letter of it.The Writings of Thomas Paine, Vol. I|Thomas Paine
Why should Marcolina, accountable to no one but herself, be concerned at his threats?Casanova's Homecoming|Arthur Schnitzler
The French held him accountable only for deeds against their sovereignty.White Shadows in the South Seas|Frederick O'Brien
You need not speak as if I were accountable for all the blackguardism.The Three Brides|Charlotte M. Yonge
They were practically alone in the house, accountable to no one, and drawn together by an overwhelming anxiety.Quin|Alice Hegan Rice