- v. present participle of ascribe.
“On the other hand, Ohanian may be on firmer ground in ascribing the poor performance between 1935 and 1939 to high real wages resulting from New Deal policies.”
“The point Boris makes in ascribing antiquated language to an endeavour of which he clearly disapproves.”
“And the supremacy of that evaluation in ascribing greatness within that aesthetics implicitly establishes that the most important thing to be is important.”
“Surely the physical definition implicit in ascribing masculinity to the divine is a contradiction of omnipotence in and of itself.”
“What really concerns me, though, is the palpable existence of another tradition, a rival tradition, an institutionalisation of constraint morality which in ascribing absolute ethical authority to God implicitly, or indeed explicitly, precludes the moral imperative to remake morality.”
“Capital, I would spend more than a passing sentence wondering whether Guillory is justified in ascribing the popularity of Gray's poetry to an”
“He was not alone in ascribing cultural arrogance to the Chinese.”
“All the old Chinese commentators agree in ascribing the authorship to a certain Jêng Shu, an officer of the Court during the reign of that monarch, who is known to have had a profound admiration for the King.”
“If Egyptologists are right in ascribing the royal title hieroglyphed on the inner door of this pyramid to Ouenephes, the fourth king of the First Dynasty, then it is the most ancient building in the world.”
“Sacrilegious arrogance, in ascribing to his idol Bel the glory that belongs to God [Calvin].”
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