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Definition of "imputed" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of impute. (verb)
  • Attributed on behalf of another. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "imputed" in a sentence
  • "The imputed income also includes the employer portion of FICA taxes, but if you read the whole report you will discover that the upper income brackets pay more percent wise in imputed taxes than those making under $102k, which is the cutoff for FICA taxes."
  • "The product of these teleological arguments is the God class, the Deus Irae, the Empire, for it is through them that the attributes and methods of an assumed creator are imputed from the morphology of what is assumed to be that creator's creation."
  • "We have the word imputed just once in the New Testament."