[ US /ˈkɔzəɫ/ ]
[ UK /kˈɔːsə‍l/ ]
  1. involving or constituting a cause; causing
    a causal relationship between scarcity and higher prices
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How To Use causal In A Sentence

  • The causal infection can be viral or bacterial and may have been innocuous. Times, Sunday Times
  • Through a series of strategic puns Sukenick associates the collection of evidence, analysis and causal sequence with political totalitarianism.
  • What is the causal relation between the pattern of division and cell differentiation?
  • Though unconscious of them, such memories are claimed to be significant causal factors in shaping conscious thought and behavior.
  • Thus residual confounding could not be completely excluded, and the findings could not assign causality.
  • Some causal relationships between morphology and hydrodynamic performance have been established for macroalgae, through theoretical studies and hydrodynamic comparisons of differently exposed thalli.
  • He also holds that events that are causally related must be related under some strict law.
  • There is no important causal connection between the reinforcing effect of a stimulus and the feelings to which it gives rise.
  • This being said, we can begin with Hume's actual description of causality.
  • Causal inferences are constructions built upon foundations of assumptions, and can not be more valid than the assumptions.
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