attributed

[ verb uh-trib-yoot; noun a-truh-byoot ]SEE DEFINITION OF attributed
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The breaking of Hope's engagement to Philip was attributed to every cause but the true one.

(a) To what may the high food value of potatoes be attributed?

Yet another trait is attributed to Jaques, which we must on no account forget.

And just this same quality of pride is attributed to the "dark lady."

Quite egotistically she attributed to herself the trend of his friendship.

Mr. Galloway noticed the signs, and attributed them to the pain caused by his question.

We often hear this attributed admiringly to "the sporting instinct."

There is a copy of these panels, recently attributed to Baldung Grien, in the Pitti.

But nearly every drawing by him, or attributed to him, manifests the third of these temperaments.

I attributed the change to the letters of his sister, which he always gave me to read.

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