Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He imputes to Mr. E. ignorance of the "real formation of the collar."

In fancying wrong to herself she imputes wrong to everybody about her.

It undermines the foundation of religion and imputes wrong to God.

The only sins which he imputes to them are sins of omission.

Sir John Scot imputes to them ‘insolence, pride, and avarice.’

The trouble with this assertion is that it imputes too much to Northern sagacity.

He, an eye-witness, imputes it all to the morals of Roman citizens.

If that is not the very "resignation" he imputes to the Buddhist I do not know what it is.

He who imputes virtues to his own class imputes them also to the labouring class.

He who imputes vices to the labouring class, imputes them to his own class.