Definition of Imputations

1. Noun. (plural of imputation) ¹



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Definition of Imputations

1. imputation [n] - See also: imputation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Imputations

impuring
impurities
impurity
impurity control
impurple
impurpled
impurples
impurpling
imputabilities
imputability
imputable
imputable(p)
imputableness
imputably
imputation
imputations (current term)
imputative
imputatively
impute
imputed
imputer
imputers
imputes
imputing
imputrescible
imshi
imshy
imu
imuracetam
imus

Literary usage of Imputations

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1. A Handbook of the Law of Defamation and Verbal Injury by Frank Towers Cooper (1894)
"imputations held not defamatory. I. imputations complained of as reflecting on ... imputations complained of as being defamatory of a man in his trade, etc. ..."

2. Ruling Case Law as Developed and Established by the Decisions and by William Mark McKinney, Burdett Alberto Rich (1917)
"Limitations to Recovery for imputations Affecting Physicians 50. imputations Affecting School ... imputations Actionable When Causing Special Damage 52. ..."

3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1794)
"Thus, for example ¡ if I were so und, upon enquiry, th it there was trie (mallett ground for Monf. Le Franc't imputations on ..."

4. The History of the United States of America by Richard Hildreth (1880)
"The wisdom of the mission thus justified, as well on general considerations as by the actual result, it will not take long to dispose of time imputations ..."

5. A Statement of the Penal Laws which Aggrieve the Catholics of Ireland: With by Denys Scully (1812)
"These imputations, Coarse and virulent as they arc, necessarily subject the Catholics to ignominy and opprobrium — as a stupid and senseless people ..."

6. The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England: Together with an by Edward Hyde Clarendon (1849)
"141 The king then sent a message to the houses, in which I he took notice of those unjust and unreasonable imputations raised on him ; told them again of ..."

7. Cases on the Law of Torts by Francis Hermann Bohlen (1915)
"But in the present case there was no legal or moral duty on the writer to make these imputations upon the plaintiff. NONPAREIL CORK MANUFACTURING CO v. ..."

8. The Theological and Literary Journal (1851)
"... his imputations if he is able. Let him designate the doctrines of the Scriptures with which that " theory" conflicts, and demonstrate its inconsistency ..."

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