blaming (part of speech: verb)
attributing (part of speech: verb)
giving (part of speech: verb)
donating, awarding, disbursing, endowing, dispensing, serving, rationing, assisting, submitting, sending, doling, supplying, sharing, presenting, giving, bequeathing, lending, showering, tendering, allotting, consigning, granting, expending, pledging, offering, extending, furnishing, bestowing, imparting, delivering, contributing, helping, rendering, providing, lavishing, allowing, funding, paying, devoting
- The tariff had once more begun to give trouble, and the South was again complaining of its workings, aware that she was falling always more to the rear in the race for prosperity, and blindly attributing her failure to everything but the true reason,- the existence of slavery. - "Thomas Hart Benton", Theodore Roosevelt.
- Indeed, we should err if we attributed to the Countess, whom this little episode in our Madelon's history has brought for the second, and we may trust for the last, time before us- we should err, I say, in attributing to her any feeling of ill- will towards Madelon, or any special interest in her conduct or fate. - "My Little Lady", Eleanor Frances Poynter.
- But admitting that a practical acquaintance with the methods of Physical Science is an essential part of a mathematical and scientific education, we may be asked whether we are not attributing too much importance to science altogether as part of a liberal education. - "Five of Maxwell's Papers", James Clerk Maxwell.