Meaning of identifiably in English:


Pronunciation /ʌɪˌdɛntɪˈfʌɪəbli/


See identifiable

‘It is identifiably west coast, but I don't think it matters.’
  • ‘The identifiably proletarian cultural institutions began to coalesce in the same period: with rising real wages and a decades-long slide in food prices, the space in which a cheap, accessible popular culture could flourish was reopened.’
  • ‘It is taking the US system towards a European system of more identifiably partisan newspapers.’
  • ‘From 1969-74, the rock industry produced 34 identifiably anti-war songs, of which 26 made it into the top 100 in the American charts.’
  • ‘These additions raise the number of identifiably right-of-center speakers on the program to five - out of approximately 100 listed in the program.’