attribute

[ verb uh-trib-yoot; noun a-truh-byoot ]SEE DEFINITION OF attribute

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATTRIBUTE

He was very irreligious, and entirely wanting in every attribute of a Christian.

I can only attribute it to the love interest associated with the beggar.

Hence, to attribute the support solely to the surface area is erroneous.

The human soul is an attribute of God, as is everything else; it is an attribute of God in His power.

But, to my shame and confusion, I must say, that I know too well to what to attribute his transports.

For to ascribe an attribute, is to conceive or think of such attribute.

And to what mishap do you attribute Mademoiselle's so unceremonious departure?

Dr. Johnson was accustomed to attribute his success to confidence in his own powers.

I confess I do not rank such self-denial as you attribute to him so highly as you do.

The reader may attribute to them such weight as he thinks fit.

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