pro·cat·arc·tic | \ ¦prōˌkat¦ärktik, -ōkə¦tä- \
Definition of procatarctic
1 archaic : that is the immediately antecedent cause of some indicated effect
2 archaic : that is the primary cause of some indicated effect
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