[a-truh-byoo-shuh n] /ˌæ trəˈbyu ʃən/
the act of ; ascription.
something ascribed; an .
Numismatics. a classification for a coin, based on its distinguishing features, as date, design, or metal.
Archaic. authority or function assigned, as to a ruler, legislative assembly, delegate, or the like.
1865, from mis- (1) + attribution.
late 15c., “action of bestowing or assigning,” from Middle French attribution (14c.), from Latin attributionem (nominative attributio) “an assignment, attribution,” noun of action from past participle stem of attribuere (see attribute). Meaning “thing attributed” is recorded from 1580s.
- Mis au domaine
adjective See estate bottled
[mis-bi-kuhm] /ˌmɪs bɪˈkʌm/ verb (used with object), misbecame, misbecome, misbecoming. 1. to be unsuitable, unbecoming, or unfit for. /ˌmɪsbɪˈkʌm/ verb -comes, -coming, -came 1. (transitive) to be unbecoming to or unsuitable for
[mis-bi-got-n] /ˌmɪs bɪˈgɒt n/ adjective 1. unlawfully or irregularly ; illegitimate: his misbegotten son. 2. badly conceived, made, or carried out: his misbegotten plan. /ˌmɪsbɪˈɡɒtən/ adjective 1. unlawfully obtained: misbegotten gains 2. badly conceived, planned, or designed: a misbegotten scheme 3. (literary, dialect) Also misbegot (ˌmɪsbɪˈɡɒt). illegitimate; bastard adj. “bastard, illegitimate,” 1550s, past participle adjective […]
[mis-bi-heyv] /ˌmɪs bɪˈheɪv/ verb (used without object), misbehaved, misbehaving. 1. to badly or improperly: The children misbehaved during our visit. verb (used with object), misbehaved, misbehaving. 2. to conduct (oneself) without regard for good manners or accepted moral standards: Several of the guests misbehaved themselves. /ˌmɪsbɪˈheɪv/ verb 1. to behave (oneself) badly v. “conduct oneself […]