ascription

[ uh-skrip-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF ascription

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Never can love make consciousness and ascription equal in force.

But in the two verses that follow the ascription of holiness, we find the sum of the whole.

This unity of God is not in any way derogated from by the ascription to him of attributes.

No ascription of divinity to men is found among the Hebrews.

But I pay no attention to this ascription of greatness; I laugh at it.

To this ascription of this learned traveller I most fully, most heartily respond.

Whence comes this ascription of imaginary influences to words?

I suspect there is as much, or as little, truth in the one ascription as in the other.

This lends probability to the ascription of these sayings to QLk.

There is no ascription of Spanish to Dauphine, who is a typical London gallant.

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