verb (used with object), im·put·ed, im·put·ing.
- imputation system,
- imran khan
Origin of impute
Examples from the Web for imputable
This was no other than Thomas Craig, to whose malignity and cunning all her misfortunes were imputable.Ormond, Volume I (of 3)|Charles Brockden Brown
Or if he does believe so, it is his own individual mistake, not imputable to the demonstration.Aristotle|George Grote
All personal preferences for certain forms of art are imputable to the predomination of the male or the female in the individual.Modern Painting, Its Tendency and Meaning|Willard Huntington Wright
These cruelties, Mr. Henniker said, were not imputable to the Slave Trade.The History of the Rise, Progress and Accomplishment of the|Thomas Clarkson
But those errors were imputable to carelessness much more than to malice.
Word Origin for impute
1620s, from Medieval Latin imputabilis, from Latin imputare (see impute).
early 15c., from Old French imputer (14c.) and directly from Latin imputare "to reckon, make account of, charge, ascribe," from assimilated form of in- "in, into" (see in- (2)) + putare "reckon, clear up, trim, prune, settle" (see pave). Related: Imputed; imputing.