Part of speech:
To judicially or publicly charge one with a criminal offense.
1590, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, III.ii:
To ascribe or attribute without reason
To seize or take by legal process; to carry out an attachment, for example, to attach the funds in a debtor’s bank account to pay a judgment.
To regard as arising from a particular cause or source; ascribe:
To consider responsible for a misdeed, failure, or undesirable outcome:
To declare (a thing) true, accurate, certain, etc. by formal statement, often in writing; verify; attest
To call to account; to challenge.
(--- Law) To refer to (a previous court decision or other legal precedent), as when arguing a case.
To grant a military commission to.
To ascribe or attribute:
To assign as a characteristic; credit:
To conclude or decide from something known or assumed; derive by reasoning; draw as a conclusion
To be among those who finish a competition or race, especially to finish second.
To submit (a matter in dispute) to an authority for arbitration, decision, or examination.
To sanction is for a recognized authority to give approval to something.
To vouch is to use your personal experience to confirm the value or merit of someone or something, or to attest that someone or something is as good as claimed.
To impose (a burden, punishment, command, tax, etc.).
To offer in good faith; pledge:
Find another word for ascribe. In this page you can discover 31 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for ascribe, like: assign, ascribable, due, accredit, accuse, allege, arrogate, attach, attribute, blame and certify.