blamed (part of speech: verb)
attributed (part of speech: verb)
gave (part of speech: verb)
donated, sent, allotted, lent, offered, contributed, served, paid, expended, dispensed, awarded, tendered, helped, given, devoted, allowed, extended, endowed, doled, assisted, lavished, bequeathed, bestowed, imparted, showered, furnished, consigned, pledged, delivered, submitted, rationed, rendered, supplied, presented, granted, disbursed, funded, provided, shared, gave
- It is not meant to imply that the military talents of either admiral were confined to the particular field ascribed to him, but simply that in general they were led by circumstances to illustrate that chiefly. - "Admiral Farragut", A. T. Mahan.
- These might be ascribed mainly to the acute feelings of a lover, the morbid impressions of an invalid. - "Life of John Keats", William Michael Rossetti.
- I stole now, from absolute necessity,- bread; yet whatever else was taken, which I had it not in my power to take, was ascribed to me. - "Maria The Wrongs of Woman", Mary Wollstonecraft.