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Synonyms for explicable

capable of being explained or accounted for

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capable of being explicated or accounted for

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Less explicably, the Northern Alliance troops had not disarmed all of the several hundred foreign Taliban (mainly Pakistani Pashtuns) who had been brought to the fortress.
Perhaps the only thing the South and North Sudan has in common throughout the history is that the two are explicably linked by the Nile River.
The Sky Blues carried off where they left off after the break when they were denied what looked to be a stone wall penalty when De Vries fumbled a cross as he was challenged by Carl Baker and Jutkiewicz but pulled the former to the ground with everyone in the Arena expecting referee Keith Stroud to point to the spot, only to in explicably wave play on.
Interestingly, but explicably, RULLCA determines whether an LLC is member- or manager-managed by looking to the operating agreement rather than to a required public filing.
1) For example, although Sam Slote is mentioned in the introduction as an important example of a Joycean critic directly engaging with Derrida, his work is--in explicably, it seems to me--nowhere cited or discussed.
The film roughness is smaller than the base material roughness, explicably by plastic spread of the plastic material particles gripped in the asperities.
The car rounded the curve into view then inexplicably, or perhaps explicably, drifted off into the ditch.
Nixon has cool chemistry onstage with Coster's rather drab Teddy and, perhaps more explicably, with Mr.
None of the explicably relevant evidence should be ignored when imagining or hypothesizing what could have happened in the case of LTMC's unmitigated success and why that might have been unethical.
Oddly, but finally explicably, Terada's commentary on de Man takes the form of a commentary on his friend's less-than-quietly decorous responses to the many protests he received about his elegy for his friend.
On the macro scale we have the disasters in Eastern Europe and, less explicably, the New Zealand experience of 'well-designed' reforms in a developed institutional setting resulting in a 'painfully slow' transition to 'better markets'.