noun, plural cau·sal·i·ties.
- causa sine qua non,
- causality paradox,
Origin of causality
Examples from the Web for causalities
It was there that the Brits suffered the most causalities (86) of the entire Battle of Brooklyn.The British Royals Reinvade Brooklyn: William and Kate Come Watch Basketball on Historic Battle Site|Justin Jones|December 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the eyes of drug policy experts: the causalities of the war on drugs.Gov't Abandons Best Survey for Counting U.S. Drug Users|Abby Haglage|April 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Many variables affect test results, muddling connections and causalities.
But the transference of the minute causalities of life into fiction was systematized by him.Balzac|Frederick Lawton
We surely had a hot time there in the hot sun and shell combination, but we had no causalities.A History of Lumsden's Battery, C.S.A.|George Little
noun plural -ties
- the relationship of cause and effect
- the principle that nothing can happen without being caused