verb (used with object), im·put·ed, im·put·ing.
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Imputative righteousness is my Flag, having this motto, Being cast down, we perish not!An English Garner (4 of 8)|Various
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Word Origin and History for imputative
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.