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accidental a nonessential, unexpected, or supplementary factor, attribute, thing, or circumstance. [1/5 definitions]
accredit to give credit to or for; attribute to. [1/4 definitions]
appertain to belong or be related as an attribute, accompaniment, consideration, or the like; pertain (usu. fol. by "to").
arrogate to ascribe or attribute to another without warrant. [1/2 definitions]
ascribe to attribute (something) to a particular cause or source. [1/2 definitions]
attach to attribute; assign. [1/4 definitions]
attributive acting as or having the quality of an attribute or attribution. [3 definitions]
characterize to be a distinguishing attribute or quality of. [1/2 definitions]
credit to attribute (an accomplishment, invention, or the like) to a person. [1/12 definitions]
crown the highest quality, finest attribute, or most perfect state of anything. [1/21 definitions]
deprive to take a possession or attribute away from; divest of. [1/2 definitions]
differentia a distinguishing character or attribute, as of one species of animal or plant in relation to others of the same genus.
hypostasis in philosophy, the essence or essential attribute or principle of something. [1/4 definitions]
impute to ascribe or attribute to a source or cause. [1/2 definitions]
known quantity (informal) a person, thing, attribute, or the like that is considered to be familiar or accepted. [1/2 definitions]
personalize to attribute or apply (something general) to oneself specifically. [1/3 definitions]
personify to attribute human characteristics to (a nonhuman or inanimate thing). [1/3 definitions]
point a quality or attribute. [1/19 definitions]
predicable that which may be asserted about something or someone; quality or attribute. [1/2 definitions]
project in psychology, to attribute one's own thoughts or feelings to someone else. [1/11 definitions]
property a characteristic or essential quality or attribute. [1/5 definitions]