Synonym: ascribe, assign, attribute. Similar words: computer, microcomputer, impugn, impure, reputed, dispute, impulse, disputed. Meaning: [ɪm'pjuːt] v. 1. attribute or credit to 2. attribute (responsibility or fault) to a cause or source.
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1. I impute his failure to laziness.
2. Why do you impute selfish motives to her?
3. The politician tried to impute some unfortunate remarks to his enemy.
4. It is grossly unfair to impute blame to the United Nations.
5. And it would be outrageous to impute motives for such stereotyping.
6. At no time must he impute unworthy motives to them.
7. Did he dare to impute such motives to her as he clearly had himself?
8. Certainly they impute to the accused a degree of mystical malevolence just like that implied in witchcraft charges.
9. Mr. Hill to impute the monstrous to her.
10. How dare you impute such monstrous intentions to me?
11. How dare you impute the failure to me?
12. Don't impute to me that you failed.
13. How can you impute the blame to him?
14. To put the blame for; attribute or impute.
15. Should the investor impute a $2 per share amortization charge annually ($80 divided by 40 years) to calculate"true" earnings per share?
16. I have no aspirations such as those you impute to me.
17. Such personification didn't play well at Cambridge; to impute individuality and emotion to nonhuman animals was anthropomorphism(sentencedict.com), not ethology.
18. The police impute the rise in crime to high unemployment.
19. In all these cases, it is necessary to impute - to determine a charge for - the products provided.
20. The individual behavior of game player how can impute to enterprise?
20. Sentencedict.com is a online sentence dictionary, on which you can find good sentences for a large number of words.
21. Well, why can't we impute the same sinister mentality to the deceased?
22. The happy impute all their success to prudence or merit.
23. Each of these impute to technology the ability to change itself.
24. Jumping back to Samuel Johnson's word impute, its meaning was to subtract from that same metaphorical balance sheet.
25. For the most part the later sonnets of celebration of the Friend impute no such extraordinary motives to the Poet.
26. But nowadays mother - in - law eventually troublesome impute to I.
27. For a networking protocol such as telnet, though, there's really no distinction between results and prompts; those are meanings you impute as an observer.
28. Blessed is the man to whom the Lord will not impute sin.
29. Blessed is the man to whom the Lord will impute sin.
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