use Attribute in a sentence
[verb] to believe somebody has ownership or authorship of something;
We attribute his success more to hard work than to genius.
My grandmother attributes her good health to active living.
It’s not fair to attribute your failure to your parents.
The telephone is among the inventions attributed to Alexander Graham Bell.
A high household savings rate in Japan is attributed, among other things, to people’s desire to save money to buy a home.
His good health is attributed to getting plenty of sleep.
They attributed his bad manners to lack of training in childhood.
[noun]A quality or feature related with a person or thing.
She has all the attributes to be an excellent saleswoman.
Caring for children is generally considered to be a feminine attribute.
The twin attributes of language and culture have enabled the human species to adapt to a wide range of conditions and environments.