▸ verb /(attribute something to)
regard something as belonging to, made, or being caused by:
he attributed his success to his parents’ unwavering support.
ascribe, assign, accredit, credit, put down, chalk up, pin on.
▸ noun /
1 a characteristic quality or feature:
she has the key attributes of any journalist.
2 an object that is traditionally associated with a person or thing:
the hourglass is an attribute of Father Time.
quality, characteristic, trait, feature, element, aspect, property, sign, hallmark, mark.
at·trib·ut·a·ble / adjective
at·tri·bu·tion / noun.
– ORIGIN Latin attribuere ‘assign to.’
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Oxford American dictionary
Creative processes bridging external with internal hermeneutics.
Two or three dimensions with imaginative creativity of human observing nano to subsubparticle dimension. And grave, with gravity exoplanet Earth-bound dimension.
Stripped of life, the Jew dances Najinsky in the Russian ballet. Deadly Aryan. Imbalanced Nazi. From Soviet Utopia to Soviet pragmatisn–“American Soviet Americanism.”
Foremost a lightening bolt hitting a lightening rod to invigorate the human species’ backbone to face increasing biological toxins of industrial pollutants demanding critically clean, potable water.
A freedom of literary motif or design similar to Leviathan by Hobbes without Churches’ interference in “cleansing” the syntaxes of unruliness of the text.
Abraham Boulder. -Keven.