Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


In the same manner, the increase of religion is ascribed to the Spirit.

Not unto me the strength be ascribed; not unto me the wringing of the expiation!'

We read that in Assyria deadly influences were ascribed to the moon.

They ascribed it to some change in the magnetism of the iron shell and disk.

It is also to be ascribed in a measure to the greater study of the philosophy of history.

Magic and all that is ascribed to it is a deep presentiment of the powers of science.

Many things which are ascribed to human foresight are the result of chance.

It was remembered afterward that every new folly had been ascribed to him.

To the all absorbing spirit of Mammon be ascribed the evil change.

She was weaker than he, but this he ascribed to his stronger mentality.