impute[ im-pyoot ]SEE DEFINITION OF impute
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPUTE
Desires her to treat her freely; but wishes not that she should impute love to her; and why.
But I sincerely hope you do not impute improper motives to the incognito?
Say what you like of the mother, but you shall not impute such motives to Alice.
The natives, however, impute these defects to the wetness of the season.
I impute nothing whatever to him, he was ever most kind to me.
There are some, however, who impute a selfish desire for political power to his work.
It is not to my good friend's heresy that I impute his honesty.
It was really impossible to impute blame to such a fine fellow.
Nobody will impute any of these disastrous weaknesses to Mr. Mill.
You impute it to 'devilishness' and we to being 'possessed by the devil.'