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abandon ship to extricate oneself from a situation where danger or failure seems imminent, often at the expense of loyalty to a group or cause. [1/2 definitions]
abash to cause to feel embarrassed, uneasy, or ashamed.
abduct to draw or cause to move away from the main axis of the body. (Cf. adduct.) [1/2 definitions]
abort to cause (a pregnancy) to end prematurely in stillbirth. [2/5 definitions]
abortifacient a drug or other agent used to cause abortion. [1/2 definitions]
abradant causing or able to cause abrasion. [1/2 definitions]
abrade to cause roughness or injury by scraping. [1/4 definitions]
abrasive causing or tending to cause offense or irritation through harshness or insensitivity. [1/3 definitions]
accelerate to cause (a particular activity or process) to happen faster. [1/4 definitions]
acclimate to cause to become used to a new climate or situation. [1/2 definitions]
accord to cause to agree; make harmonious; reconcile. [1/6 definitions]
account to be the cause of (usually followed by "for"). [1/12 definitions]
acetylcholine a form of this compound used in medicine for its ability to decrease blood pressure and cause muscular movement in such organs as the alimentary canal. [1/2 definitions]
acidulate to cause to become slightly acid.
activate in physics, to cause radioactive properties in (a substance). [2/5 definitions]
activist one who advocates a cause with vigor or militance.
actuate to put into action or set in motion; cause to operate. [1/2 definitions]
addict to cause to depend on a habit-forming substance. [1/4 definitions]
addictive tending to cause one to become addicted. [1/2 definitions]
addle to cause to become confused or muddled. [2/4 definitions]
adhesion attachment, esp. to a principle or cause; loyalty; adherence. [1/4 definitions]