causally causally

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a causal fashion

Usage(s):

  1. Neither of these diseases is necessarily or otherwise than accidentally related, and certainly not causally, to wars.
  2. Our song Synchronicity II is about two parallel events that aren't connected logically or causally, but symbolically.
  3. Despite the mass of seeming evidence, many experts dispute the view that aberrant sex is causally related to mass murder.

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  1. "It's a big deal when you make changes, particularly at this part of the season, so if I talk about it I don't do it causally, necessarily, and I don't really have any real slick ulterior motives," Holmgren said. "It's just trying to fix...
    on Nov 2, 2007 By: Mike Holmgren Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer

  2. "Sleep fragmentation may actually causally contribute to chronic pain," lead author Michael Smith, Ph.D., of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, told Ivanhoe. "It's not really a secondary symptom. It's an active symptom that...
    on Apr 1, 2007 By: Johns Hopkins Source: Ivanhoe

  3. But, "The charge here is that an erroneous report led to death. If that's what actually happened and can be causally established, then there is no more serious charge you can make against a news organization, and no more bizarre explanation from...
    on May 16, 2005 By: Eric Burns Source: FOXNews

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