Causative [adjective]

Definition of Causative:


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Sentence/Example of Causative:

To what degree these things are directly causative no one can say.

There are other infective diseases, in which we have not yet found the causative micro-organism, but we presume its existence.

There is always a causative shock or injury, which is followed at once or after an interval by the symptoms of neurasthenia.

Drench is the causative of drink: here the nominative of the verb is ‘Iris’ and the object ‘beds.’

The causative act is—a spiritual and transcendent Mystery, that passeth all understanding.

Monthly it isolated the causative bacteria of unrest, to set the results before those who could profit would they but read.

Derivative laws, not causative, may certainly be extended beyond the limits of observation, but only to cases adjacent in time.

The suffix -matede appears to have a causative signification.

The word "maketh" is the Hebrew causative and indicates forcible, compelling action.

Conditions favoring a persistent miliaria have also a causative influence, especially observed in infants and young children.