Origin of causal
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Examples from the Web for causally
The opinion of virtually every health care economist I have ever met is that those two things are causally related.Facts, Damned "Facts", and Fact Checkers
October 5, 2012
The two processes are closely though not causally connected.Woman
William J. Robinson
The taking of food and a certain feeling of strength are causally connected.
The probability is that they are causally connected, but science has not yet discovered how.
If this is the case, then they are causally independent of ourselves; if not, not.
It encouraged a habit of thought that divided experience into specialized units and organized these serially and causally.The Civilization of Illiteracy
- acting as or being a cause
- stating, involving, or implying a causethe causal part of the argument
- philosophy (of a theory) explaining a phenomenon or analysing a concept in terms of some causal relation
Word Origin and History for causally
1530s, from Latin causalis "relating to a cause," from causa (see cause (n.)).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper