All shall be imputed to that modesty which has ever so much distinguished you.
In some cases, this must be imputed to themselves, as their own fault.
An amusing anecdote is imputed to his sister, Mrs. Homer Page, of Milan.
He condescended to take oath that he had not done this thing which they imputed to him.
That Dr. Burckhardt wrote in other than good faith is not to be imputed.
Now this impertinent lackey, who is to say what has he not imputed to me?
I did everything to save it, except that which is imputed to me, but that I did not, and I will prove it.
I have said all this in vindication of the Christians, to whom the errors of the Jews are too often imputed.
The Jews are innocent of the wrongs that have been imputed to them.
No impropriety of conduct has, I am very sure, ever been imputed to the lady.