Definition of Imputing

1. Verb. (present participle of impute) ¹



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Definition of Imputing

1. impute [v] - See also: impute

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Imputing

imputabilities
imputability
imputable
imputable(p)
imputableness
imputably
imputation
imputations
imputative
imputatively
impute
imputed
imputer
imputers
imputes
imputing (current term)
imputrescible
imshi
imshy
imu
imuracetam
imus
in's
in't
in(a)
in(p)
in-
in-and-in
in-basket

Literary usage of Imputing

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1. The Law of Libel and Slander in Civil and Criminal Cases: As Administered in by Martin L. Newell (1898)
"Words imputing the Commission of the Offense β€” Illustrations β€” American Cases ... Accessory β€” Words imputing the Offense. 69. Arson β€”The Offense Defined. ..."

2. A Digest of the Law of Libel and Slander: The Evidence, Procedure, and by William Blake Odgers (1887)
"Words imputing adultery to a physician were laid to have boon spoken "of him in his ... And words imputing immorality to a trader or his clerk are not ..."

3. The Practice in Courts of Justice in England and the United States by Conway Robinson (1855)
"Distinction between imputing a felony and a mere suspicion of felony; and between imputing what is a legal offence and what is not. ..."

4. A Digest of the Law of Libel and Slander: And of Actions on the Case for by William Blake Odgers, James Bromley Eames (1905)
"Words imputing adultery to a physician were laid to have been spoken " of ... Words imputing immorality to a trader or his clerk are not actionable withou ..."

5. Popular Law Library, Putney by Albert Hutchinson Putney (1908)
"Any words written or printed and published imputing to another any act, ... imputing A CRIME NOT ESSENTIAL. It is not necessary that the publication impute ..."

6. A Digest of the Law of Libel and Slander: With the Evidence, Procedure, and by William Blake Odgers, Melville Madison Bigelow (1881)
"Words imputing adultery to a physician were laid to have been spoken " of him in his ... And words imputing immorality to a trader or his clerk are not ..."

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