Synonym: assign, attribute. Similar words: describe, subscriber, tribe, script, description, prescription, discrimination, nascent. Meaning: [ə'skraɪb] v. attribute or credit to.
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(1) People like to ascribe human feelings to animals.
(2) To what do you ascribe your phenomenal success?
(3) Local people ascribe healing properties to this fruit.
(4) We ascribe great importance to these policies.
(5) You can't ascribe the same meaning to both words.
(6) The government ascribe great importance to these policies.
(7) We do not ascribe a superior wisdom to government or the state.
(8) I am reluctant to ascribe supernatural powers to a fortune teller.
(9) There seems no particular reason to ascribe economic rationality to one group and not the other.
(10) Among the Volunteers, the tendency was to ascribe their difficulties to personality deficiencies in the field staff.
(11) We could ascribe these setbacks to the fact that our regime is young, or make other excuses.
(12) It would be a mistake, however, to ascribe this sensitivity purely to the propaganda and machinations of the Communists.
(13) This effort to ascribe blame makes no sense, because the dip was too small to matter.
(14) We may be quite right to ascribe agency to a child for his acts.
(15) But to ascribe this to male chauvinism wouldn't be accurate either.
(16) Scholars ascribe the unsigned painting to Rubens.
(17) To ascribe opinions retrospectively is of course very dangerous.
(18) I ascribe his conduct to insanity.
(19) I would not ascribe vice to him.
(20) I get my knowledge from afar; I will ascribe justice to my Maker.
(21) To what do you ascribe this growth and has it had down sides?
(22) I'd beery reluctant to ascribe this purely to heading author Dr.
(23) It's wrong to ascribe all that have happened simply to the war.
(24) So marvelous was the migrating instinct of birds that he could only ascribe it to the superior intelligence of their Creator.
(25) In the discourse of the lyric poem it is unlikely that we can ascribe indexical meaning to symbolic elements of deictic terms.
(26) Once computer interfaces are built to show lifelike properties[Sentencedict.com ], many people will ascribe life to them.
(27) Similarly, her consideration of wearing a crucifix as jewellery was linked to assumptions that individuals might ascribe to the wearer.
(28) Ascribe to the LORD , O families of nations, ascribe to the LORD glory and strength.
(29) So that's I think the position that we ought to ascribe to the dualist.
(30) For I proclaim the name of the Lord ; Ascribe greatness to our God!
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