English words and Examples of Usage

use "ascribe" in a sentence

Of course, many observers will ascribe political motives to this decision of the Nobel Committee.

Some Jewish commentators ascribe symbolic significance to the markings on the dreidel.

To ascribe 'language' to individual organisms is, on the distributed perspective, an error.

The poor people ascribe all manner of sickness to Shah Wali, and make offerings to his tomb.

Similarly, James and Dewey's ideas also ascribe to repeated testing

which is self-corrective over time.

Allyn, p. 28 American accounts and historical descriptions ascribe several possible reasons for the British behavior.

Wine rejected this approach as confusing, since participants cou

ld ascribe to these words whatever definitions they favored.

I do not ascribe to this pessimistic view, Harris said.

How much of that do you ascribe to Vladimir Putin’s character?

We also need to rethink the impo

rtance we ascribe to technology licensing.

And yet we ascribe the criminal behavior of individual black people to the black community as a whole.

Not an inch from Washington To ascribe the blame for political failure is o

ften more complex than it seems, but not in this case.

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