Third-person singular simple present indicative form of attribute.(verb)
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Use "attributes" in a sentence
"If the physical brain consists of a large number of elementary physical entities engaged in causal interaction, then the * attributes* of the brain should also be enumerable, as there is nothing else to work with but the intrinsic attributes of those elementary entities which are its constituents, and whatever further attributes arise when they are considered in combination."
"But among them some are recognized as being of fundamental importance, and to these in particular is the term attributes applied and special notice devoted by theologians -- though there is no rigid agreement as to the number or classification of such attributes."
"It appears US fans were less open to part with their cash than European fans, as sales in the US were down 36% compared to the previous album, while European sales were up 26% - a gain the label attributes to the "overall cheap price of a CD"."