Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of attribute.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Wright chose this title attributing it to George Billinghurst whose name appears on the title page, but as the English Short Title Catalogue reports in a note for the book, "Not in fact by George Billinghurst, but by Thomas Blount, who signs the dedication: T.B."

    Inventory of Robert Carter's Estate, November [1733]

  • Warren may be too kind in attributing Climategate to groupthink — there may soemhting more sinsiter at the core.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Pretty Good Climategate Summary

  • But you knew the tree was chopped down anyway and in attributing it to the chimp you have learned about chimpanzee capabilities (hypothetically, of course).

    Bunny and a Book

  • But you knew the tree was chopped down anyway and in attributing it to the chimp you have learned about chimpanzee capabilities (hypothetically, of course).

    Bunny and a Book

  • Last week I made an error in attributing a Simenon introduction to John Banville.

    A Different Stripe:

  • And the writer is correct in attributing this to their poverty: Poor people know how to cope in an emergency.

    ESCAPE FIRES

  • Last week I made an error in attributing a Simenon introduction to John Banville.

    Strauss-von Hofmannsthal dispute

  • It is important not to conflate these publications as all part of the same campaign; in attributing spinoffs of Ashe's

    Framing Romantic Dress: Mary Robinson, Princess Caroline and the Sex/Text

  • While Fox is correct in attributing many of his difficulties in office to a hostile and divided Congress, Fox also hasn't been the most adept politician either.

    La Profesora Abstraida

  • While Fox is correct in attributing many of his difficulties in office to a hostile and divided Congress, Fox also hasn't been the most adept politician either.

    Archive 2006-02-01

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