Meaning of unattributable in English:



See unattributed

‘When Pope-Hennessy examined it in 1971, he reported that ‘the paint surface was largely new and the work unattributable.’’
  • ‘There is a very common sense of anger directed at what has been a period of unattributable briefing and anonymous comments being retailed through the press about the leader.’
  • ‘Moloney, a highly respected journalist first with the ‘Irish Times’ and later with the ‘Sunday Tribune’, relies to a large extent on unattributable testimonies from Republican volunteers.’
  • ‘A variety of unattributable seeds were recovered.’
  • ‘The trust deeply regrets the unattributable injuries to the patients on Rowan Ward and the distress caused to the relatives.’