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Crossword Solver Answers for: ?TT???T

attaint

attaint
(p. p.) Attainted; corrupted.
(v.) A touch or hit.
(v.) A blow or wound on the leg of a horse, made by overreaching.
(v.) A writ which lies after judgment, to inquire whether a jury has given a false verdict in any court of record; also, the convicting of the jury so tried.
(v.) A stain or taint; disgrace. See Taint.
(v.) An infecting influence.
(v. t.) To attain; to get act; to hit.
(v. t.) To find guilty; to convict; -- said esp. of a jury on trial for giving a false verdict.
(v. t.) To subject (a person) to the legal condition formerly resulting from a sentence of death or outlawry, pronounced in respect of treason or felony; to affect by attainder.
(v. t.) To accuse; to charge with a crime or a dishonorable act.
(v. t.) To affect or infect, as with physical or mental disease or with moral contagion; to taint or corrupt.
(v. t.) To stain; to obscure; to sully; to disgrace; to cloud with infamy.

attempt

attempt
(n.) A essay, trial, or endeavor; an undertaking; an attack, or an effort to gain a point; esp. an unsuccessful, as contrasted with a successful, effort.
(v. i.) To make an attempt; -- with upon.
(v. t.) To make trial or experiment of; to try; to endeavor to do or perform (some action); to assay; as, to attempt to sing; to attempt a bold flight.
(v. t.) To try to move, by entreaty, by afflictions, or by temptations; to tempt.
(v. t.) To try to win, subdue, or overcome; as, one who attempts the virtue of a woman.
(v. t.) To attack; to make an effort or attack upon; to try to take by force; as, to attempt the enemy's camp.

attract

attract
(n.) Attraction.
(v. t.) To draw to, or cause to tend to; esp. to cause to approach, adhere, or combine; or to cause to resist divulsion, separation, or decomposition.
(v. t.) To draw by influence of a moral or emotional kind; to engage or fix, as the mind, attention, etc.; to invite or allure; as, to attract admirers.