sponsible

Related to sponsible: responsible

sponsible

(ˈspɒnsɪbəl)
adj
archaic dialect responsible
References in classic literature ?
I therefore endeavored to instil hope and courage into his mind, in order that he might dare to engage in a vocation so anomalous and re- sponsible for a person in his situation; and I was seconded in this effort by warm-hearted friends, es- pecially by the late General Agent of the Massa- chusetts Anti-Slavery Society, Mr.
You is de lowdownest orneriest hound dat was ever pup'd into dis worl'--en I's 'sponsible for it!"--and she spat on him.
Ask for Maister Bishopriggs (that's me) when ye want a decent 'sponsible man to gi' ye a word of advice.
also envisions a Philippines that ad dresses its vulnerability to climate hazards through the development of affordable and clean energy, re sponsible production and consumption and proactive climate action.
of sponsible ens, we are already working towards co es en re citiz our next eco-award.
The extent to which Ramaphosa is truly re- sponsible for this state of affairs remains a subject of consider- able debate.
A young James Cameron was re sponsible for some of the most compelling visual effects.
"Shanghai Electric alliance is re- sponsible for bringing offers from banking bodies.
There were a number of factors contributing to June's poor performance, with the global appreciation of the Euro being the major one, where this was re- sponsible for about half of June's drawdown.
This definition is to explain to people that the dentist is re- sponsible of the quality of life and the wellbeing of his patients.
It goes without saying that it's irreA[degrees] sponsible motorists who are to be blamed for damaging infrastructure and public property.