Definition of Causatively

1. adv. In a causative manner.



Definition of Causatively

1. Adverb. In a causative manner ¹

2. Adverb. Regarding causation ¹

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Definition of Causatively

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Causatively

causal systems
causal treatment
causalgia
causalgias
causalgic
causalities
causality
causally
causals
causation
causational
causationist
causationists
causations
causative
causatively (current term)
causatives
cause
cause a stir
cause celebre
cause célèbre
cause of action
cause of death
cause to be perceived
cause to sleep
caused
causedness
causee
causees
causeful

Literary usage of Causatively

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1. God in Christ: Three Discourses, Delivered at New Haven, Cambridge, and by Horace Bushnell (1852)
"... save that when we are .going to be causes, or act causatively, we commonly make approaches and preparatory motions. I bring this illustration simply to ..."

2. The Etymologic Interpreter, Or, An Explanatory and Pronouncing Dictionary of by James Gilchrist (1824)
"In this manner a great number of words are employed causatively, to avoid a lengthy mode of ... Many verbs, however, are employed both causatively and ..."

3. A Sanskrit Primer: Based on the Leitfaden Für Den Elementar-cursus Des by Edward Delavan Perry, Georg Bühler (1913)
"The verbal nouns and adjectives are in part formed from the causative-stem in the same manner as the futures, in part from the causatively strengthened ..."

4. The Logic of Political Economy, and Other Papers by Thomas De Quincey (1859)
"But the length of a degree could be determined causatively (in the sense of first establishing such a quantity) by no power less than that which could first ..."

5. The Works of the Right Reverend Joseph Hall by Joseph Hall, Philip Wynter (1863)
"Thus is he light, either qualitatively or causatively. ... causatively, in that he is the author of all light, communicating it to his creatures in what ..."

6. Philosophical Problems in the Light of Vital Organization by Edmund Montgomery (1907)
"... and to causatively actuate their potential modes, by which they are made to manifest themselves as the phenomena of our actually experienced nature. ..."

7. Works: With Some Account of His Life and Sufferings by Joseph Hall (1837)
"Thus, is he Light, either qualitatively, or causatively. ... causatively, in that he is the Author of all light ; communicating it to his creatures, ..."

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