- capable of being traced.
- attributable or ascribable (usually followed by to): a victory traceable to good coaching.
Origin of traceable
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Examples from the Web for untraceable
But many of the agents worked under false identities and thus their documents are untraceable.Will CIA Employees Be Extradited for Abu Omar Kidnapping?
Barbie Latza Nadeau
September 21, 2012
The "garrow" might denote an untraceable St. Garrow or Carrow.The Cornwall Coast
Arthur L. Salmon
Their little houses were lost and untraceable in the universal chaos.Ave Roma Immortalis, Vol. 1
Francis Marion Crawford
What if he promised to give him a share of the spoil in untraceable gold?'19,000'
There is every reason for believing the untraceable Matthews was John Rogers.Milton's England
Lucia Ames Mead
He cherished the hope that Zeal had been at pains to procure an untraceable drug.Ancestors
Word Origin and History for untraceable
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