the social position assigned to a person on the basis of kinship, ethnic group, sex, etc.
Social status on this frontier depended more upon achieved status than ascribed status.
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the act of . a statement something, especially praise to the Deity. Historical Examples This ascription is based upon the entry in the Stationers’ Register, which runs: ‘7º Novembris 1627. Pastoral Poetry and Pastoral Drama Walter W. Greg But in the two verses that follow the ascription of holiness, we find the sum of the […]
pertaining to, involving, or indicating ascription, especially the attribution of qualities or characteristics.
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