Examples of causality in a Sentence
Scientists found no causality between the events.
a supreme being is a being that, by definition, has no causality of its own
Recent Examples of causality from the Web
The Afghan army has suffered very high causalities: in last year alone more than 6,500 troops have been killed and many more wounded.
The White Visitation projects the two day collective exploration of scryed or spectral phenomena, an investigation of non-causality and the detection of anomalies within processes of measurement and observation.
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First Known Use of causality
CAUSALITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of causality for English Language Learners
: the relationship between something that happens or exists and the thing that causes it
: the idea that something can cause another thing to happen or exist
Legal Definition of causality
: the relationship between cause and effect
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