- not resulting from some antecedent cause.
Origin of uncaused
1620–30; un-1 + caused
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Examples from the Web for uncaused
In the beginning God, the uncaused Cause of matter, mind and law.The Pursuit of God
A. W. Tozer
An uncaused cause, a first cause, alone answers truly to the idea of a cause.Theism
An uncaused Deity is just as inconceivable as an uncaused Universe.Herbert Spencer
J. Arthur Thomson
In none of these directions do we make the least allowance for the operation of an uncaused "will."Determinism or Free-Will?
These words are associated with the idea of uncaused and voluntary actions.Crime: Its Cause and Treatment
- rare not brought into existence by any cause; spontaneous or natural
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