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imputationnoun abuse, accusal, accusation, adverse criticism, allegation, animadversion, arrogation, ascription, aspersion, attaint, attribution, blame, brand, calumny, challenge, charge, condemnation, criticism, denouncement, detraction, disapprobation, discredit, disgrace, dishonor, disparagement, disrepute, fault-finding, ignominy, ignomy, incrimination, insinuation, obloquy, onus, opprobrium, reference, reproach, slur, stain, stigma, stigmatization, stricture, vilification
Associated concepts: imputation of a crime, imputation of negligence, imputation of payment
See also: accusation, allegation, aspersion, assignation, attaint, attribution, blame, charge, condemnation, conjecture, count, criticism, defamation, disapprobation, discredit, disgrace, dishonor, disparagement, ignominy, incrimination, inculpation, innuendo, notoriety, onus, opprobrium, presentment, reference, responsibility, scandal, shame, stigma
IMPUTATION. The judgment by which we declare that an agent is the cause of his free action, or of the result of it, whether good or ill. Wolff, Sec. 3.