uncaused

ADJECTIVE
  1. having no cause or apparent cause
    we cannot regard artistic invention as...uncaused and unrelated to the times
    fortuitous encounters--strange accidents of fortune
    a causeless miracle
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How To Use uncaused In A Sentence

  • we cannot regard artistic invention as...uncaused and unrelated to the times
  • In addition, the swerve (clinamen, παρέγκλισις) would be uncaused and unpredictable, and this was the innovation that he thought would allow for free will. Dictionary of the History of Ideas
  • He argued against the Epicureans that their commitment to free will does not require the rejection of the principle of bivalence applied to propositions about the future or the postulation of an uncaused swerve among the atoms.
  • The word "random" as used in science does not mean uncaused, unplanned, or inexplicable; it means uncorrelated.
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