attributes

[ verb uh-trib-yoot; noun a-truh-byoot ]SEE DEFINITION OF attributes
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But that is one of the attributes of Mr. Gladstone which endear him so much to his party.

With what warmth of benevolence—how should he be otherwise than warm in any of his attributes?

Deep were my musings, as to the race and attributes of that ethereal being.

Borrowed help has the awkwardness which Emerson attributes to borrowed thoughts.

Its attributes of youth are the activity and eager life with which it is redundant.

How then am I to know what attributes denote the possession of the immortal spark?

And other gods have other attributes, by which they are pleased to be called.

Parmenides rebukes this want of consistency in Socrates, which he attributes to his youth.

The other criticism of Parmenides on Socrates attributes to him a want of practice in dialectic.

He was worshiping not the animal-headed idols, but the attributes which they personified.

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