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causality the relationship or connection between cause and effect. [1/3 definitions]
causation the relationship between cause and effect; causality. [1/2 definitions]
causative having an effect; serving as an agent or cause (often fol. by of). [1/3 definitions]
cause something or someone that produces a result or effect. [1/5 definitions]
charm an object believed to have a magical protective effect or to bring luck; amulet. [1/11 definitions]
colossal extremely large in size, magnitude, or effect; enormous; gigantic; huge.
concurrence acting together to produce a joint effect or result; cooperation. [1/4 definitions]
confiscatory of, constituting, characterized by, or having the effect of confiscation.
consonant harmonious in effect. [1/6 definitions]
corrective having correction as its intended purpose or effect; remedial or rectifying. [1/2 definitions]
counter3 something contrary or opposite, as in manner or effect. [1/8 definitions]
counteract to overcome or lessen the effect of through opposition or opposite action.
critical mass the amount or number necessary or sufficient to cause an effect or result. [1/2 definitions]
cutaneous of, concerning, or having an effect upon skin.
declamation speech or writing for oratorical effect, often without sincerity or sound argument. [1/2 definitions]
decretory having the effect of a legal decree; definitive or authoritative. [1/2 definitions]
derogatory having the purpose or effect of detracting; disparaging.
determinism the belief or teaching that every effect, including human thoughts and actions, is completely and predictably determined by preceding causes and that, therefore, free will does not exist.
devastate to upset greatly; have an overwhelming effect on. [1/2 definitions]
disagree to have a harmful effect (usu. fol. by with). [1/3 definitions]
double-edged having an effect or meaning in two, often opposite, directions. [1/2 definitions]