To impute (something) as a fault to or upon someone.(verb)
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Use "aret" in a sentence
"Or would they give Stefanie the slip and head across the lobby to the Regency ' s ballroom, where " Dynasty " star Joan Collins, 77, was telling her life story — an unnecessarily tedious tale of bad roles and worse husbands — complete with film clips, gymnastics and costume changes in her gab-aret act " One Night with Joan " ?"
"He aspires to what in Greek is termed "aret é ," not "virtue," as it is usually translated, but that peculiar "excellence" that comes from acting in accord with the divine presence, however it may manifest itself."
"Thus Helen of Troy may have been a bewitching casus belli — and her elopement with Paris may have led to the deaths of thousands — but in fact she was acting with aret é ; she showed herself to be in close attunement with Aphrodite, who demanded an obedience not only to herself but to the imperatives of the heart."