Impute sentence example
- I can't believe you dared to impute my work to yourself to cover up for your laziness!
- The political candidate tried to impute some rather unfortunate insults to his opponent.
- David attempted to impute the damage of the broken window onto his innocent brother.
- Here again the desire makes itself felt to impute more to God's nature.
- (i.) The evangelists impute to him a higher claim than he made.Advertisement
- Sensations, or the facts of the sensibility, are necessary; we do not impute them to ourselves.
- Finally one cannot impute the nonreceipt of our dispatch of November 18.
- It is wrong, therefore, to impute to Kant, as is often done, the view that human reason is, on ultimate subjects, at war with itself, in the sense of being impelled by equally strong arguments towards alternatives contradictory of each other.
- If it was desired to get rid of these, an effort was made to impute to them some deviation from the rule of faith; and under this pretext the church freed herself from the Montanists and the Monarchians.
- Fouillee (q.v.) rightly objects that we must not thus impute thought and intention to Nature, and yet does not scruple to impute to it life, sensation and want.Advertisement
- Marginal new york group health insurance tax rates even higher levels impute medicaid enrollment.
- Secondly, it is certain that the old navigators only coasted it along, which I impute to their want of this instrument to guide and instruct them in the middle of the ocean..
- In order, however, to impute the whole work to Anaximenes, Spengel took one of the most inexcusable steps ever taken in the history of scholarship. Without any manuscript authority he altered the very first words " three genera " (T pia -yin) into " two genera " (Suo -ybni), and omitted the words " one declamatory " (rO SE E7rLSEtKrucOv).
- In the absence of efficient communication, potential belligerents are left to impute the worst possible motives to the unexplained actions of others.