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[ɐtɹˈɪbjuːtɪd], [ɐtɹˈɪbjuːtɪd], [ɐ_t_ɹ_ˈɪ_b_j_uː_t_ɪ_d]


attributed (verb)

accredited, acknowledged, applied, ascribed, assigned, attached, blamed, branded, cast, cited, connected, credited, imputed, marked, placed, referred, set.

blamed (verb)

accused, censured, charged, condemned, indicted, rebuked, reproached.

gave (verb)

allotted, allowed, assisted, awarded, bequeathed, bestowed, consigned, contributed, delivered, devoted, disbursed, dispensed, doled, donated, endowed, expended, extended, funded, furnished, gave, given, granted, helped, imparted, lavished, lent, offered, paid, pledged, presented, provided, rationed, rendered, sent, served, shared, showered, submitted, supplied, tendered.

Other synonyms

accountable, adjudged, alleged, anthropomorphized, arrogated, ascribable, attributable, attribute, authoritative, charactered, delegated, deputed, derivable from, derivative, designated, dimensioned, due, due to, earmarked, ecbatic, effect, explicable, faceted, featured, gestured, graded, imputable, impute to, licensed, official, owing, owing to, portioned, predicated, propertied, proportioned, propped, putative, qualified, quirked, referable, referable to, referrible to, specified, spotted, stamped, tempered, traceable, traited.

Rhymes for Attributed:

  1. distributed;
  2. redistributed;

Quotes for Attributed:

  1. I think it's a change that I did not intend at the time but it is clear that, from The Flower of My Secret on, there is a change in my films. A lot of the journalists have very generously attributed this to my growing maturity. Pedro Almodovar.
  2. Nothing is intrinsically valuable; the value of everything is attributed to it, assigned to it from outside the thing itself, by people. John Barth.
  3. The amount of sophistication varies according to the quality of the medium, and to the state of the same medium at different times; it must be attributed in the best cases physiologically to the medium, intellectually to the control. Oliver Joseph Lodge.