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Possible to impute or ascribe; attributable: imputable oversights.

im·put′a·bly adv.
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will, imputably, produce for the firm a product one year from now that will be sold for 20 gold ounces.
(ii) Yet at the same time, Schmitt attacks liberalism for promoting a civically divisive pluralism destructive of the homogeneity imputably necessary for any democracy worth the name.
(154) Consent imputably means that the patient made the determination that despite the risks of the physical procedure discussed with his or her physician, the treatment will be beneficial.