Adjectives for Attribute | Words to describe Attribute

  • Disagreeable
  • Indefinable
  • Physiognomical
  • Divine
  • Last
  • Indisputable
  • Sublime
  • Human
  • Awful
  • First
  • Essential
  • Special
  • Usual
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    • 1. Hence, to be prolific of hypotheses is the first attribute of scientific genius; the first, because without it no progress whatever can be made. 🔊
    • 2. I had never heard locally of this disagreeable attribute of the corpse-light until I talked to the postmistress already quoted. 🔊
    • 3. European childhood, at the best and brightest, but faintly approaches this spontaneous gaiety, the special attribute of untutored souls in a world of primal innocence. 🔊
    • 4. Picturesqueness is not a usual attribute of mud villages, but the view from every point of Chiraz, the village on the lofty cliffs on the other side of the stream, is strikingly so. 🔊
    • 5. Why was it that Benham, possessing both the character of the patriot and the graces of the orator, should fall short in the one indefinable attribute which makes a man the natural leader of men? 🔊
    • 6. Here, unfortunately, mere gallantry seemed its essential attribute, and the gallantry of this period, at its best, would show but little regard for the moral standards of to-day. 🔊
    • 7. There is not only a speculatively judging that God is gracious, but a sense how amiable God is upon that account, or a sense of the beauty of this divine attribute. 🔊
    • 8. There is not only a speculative judging that God is gracious, but a sense how amiable God is upon that account, or a sense of the beauty of this divine attribute. 🔊
    • 9. It is the light of truth alone, sought for its own sake, and therefore clearly seen, that can reveal the sublime proportions, and the intrinsic moral loveliness, of this awful attribute of the Divine Being. 🔊
    • 10. The writer of Short-stories must have the sense of form, which Mr. Lathrop has called "the highest and last attribute of a creative writer. 🔊
    • 11. L Language, a human attribute, 61 Of Gesture, 6, 7, 71 Written, 8 Laryngoscope, 34, 35, 37, fig. 🔊
    • 12. But it is strenuously insisted, in particular, that the divine foreknowledge of all future events establishes their necessity; and thus involves the advocates of that sublime attribute in all the difficulties against which they so loudly declaim. 🔊

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