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attribute
used in The Sound and the Fury

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Definition
to credit (a source for something)
in two typical senses:
  • "I attribute it to her work." — to say who or what made something happen
  • "Remember to attribute any quotations in your paper." — indicate the source of a quotation or idea
  • I suppose that people, using themselves and each other so muchby words, are at least consistent in attributing wisdom to a still tongue, and fora while I could feel the other two seekingswiftlyfor some means by which to cope with him, to rob him ofhis horse and wagon.
    2 — June 2, 1910 (43% in)

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