[ UK /kˈɔːsə‍li/ ]
  1. in a causal fashion
    causally efficacious powers
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How To Use causally In A Sentence

  • Firstly, let us ask whether the two deficits are related causally, rather than being a coincidence.
  • With his hands crossed, he leant on the wall elegantly and causally.
  • Thus, removing juvie (even assuming that it is solely and causally responsible for the x7 criminality) would reduce adult crime rate by considerably less than a factor of 7. More Punishment, More Crime
  • When, over the years, I've causally discussed "religion" with devoutly religious people, they've seemed to seamlessly accept my use of the word "spiritual" -- though, whether they've instantly replaced their own terms when I say "spirit" they think "Jesus" I don't know for sure. Loren-Paul Caplin: Religious vs. Spiritual: Semantics Or Neurotics?
  • TP, I do not know enough about birds and their language capacities to comment but would say that the capacity to think abstractly is causally linked to a human capacity for communication. Bits and Pieces of an RNA World
  • Adverbialism gave way to a strong form of representationalism by suggesting ways in which intentional content could be naturalized on the basis of those canonical conditions that causally/lawfully control the occurrence of perceptual experiences in virtue of which they represent those bodily conditions. Pain
  • First, the belief that two events are causally related produces the belief that they covary.
  • In most cases, attention was drawn to those with prelaminar optic disc changes, assuming that the retrolaminar changes were causally related.
  • Wherefore according as acts of virtue act causally or dispositively toward their generation and preservation, obedience is said to ingraft and protect all virtues. The Political Ideas of St. Thomas Aquinas
  • If, then, the event in which a choiceful act takes form is predictable, and causally determinate, how can that act itself be free? FREE WILL IN THEOLOGY
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