Origin of ascribe
synonym study for ascribe
OTHER WORDS FROM ascribea·scrib·a·ble, adjectiveun·as·cribed, adjective
How to use ascribe in a sentence
Making allowance for this the proportion of taxes on wealth really ascribable to the year 1919 rises to 80.6 per cent.
They are not ascribable to the purely intellectual movement alone, though it is no doubt an essential factor.The English Utilitarians, Volume I.|Leslie Stephen
The glory of saving the situation is principally ascribable to San Martn.Notes on the History of Argentine Independence|C. W. Whittemore
And is not this change proximately ascribable to this habitual self-dependence?
Yet these, except for minute variations ascribable to the earth's altered position, were unaffected!The Cosmic Deflector|Stanton A. Coblentz