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Associations of "Cause and effect" (30 Words)
|arise||Get up and out of bed.|
New difficulties had arisen.
|attributable||(of a work or remark) able to be ascribed to a particular author, artist, or speaker.|
Some 50 liturgical works by or attributable to him have survived.
|catalyze||Change by catalysis or cause to catalyze.|
|complication||A development that complicates a situation.|
Her coming was a serious complication.
|consequential||Following as a result or effect.|
A loss of confidence and a consequential withdrawal of funds.
|disturbing||Causing distress or worry or anxiety.|
Distressing or disturbing news.
|due||A payment that is due e g as the price of membership.|
Give the devil his due.
|impetus||The act of applying force suddenly.|
The ending of the Cold War gave new impetus to idealism.
|incentive||A thing that motivates or encourages someone to do something.|
Tax incentives for investing in depressed areas.
|incur||Become subject to (something unwelcome or unpleasant) as a result of one’s own behaviour or actions.|
People who smoke incur a great danger to their health.
Inducement of sleep.
|influence||Have and exert influence or effect.|
The influence of mechanical action.
|initiate||A person who has been initiated into an organization or activity.|
It is very familiar to the initiate.
|inspiring||Having the effect of inspiring someone.|
He was an inspiring teacher.
|invoke||Call earnestly for.|
The antiquated defence of insanity is rarely invoked in England.
|irritant||Causing slight inflammation or other discomfort to the body.|
Chlorine bleaches can be irritant to the skin.
|jolt||Move or cause to move with a sudden jerky motion.|
She tried to jolt him out of his depression.
|motivation||The psychological feature that arouses an organism to action toward a desired goal; the reason for the action; that which gives purpose and direction to behavior.|
His motivation was at a high level.
|motive||A design or figure that consists of recurring shapes or colors, as in architecture or decoration.|
A motive force.
|originate||Bring into being.|
The flight originates in Calcutta.
|provocation||Action or speech that makes someone angry, especially deliberately.|
Walking with deliberate provocation she struck a pose then giggled.
|provoke||Evoke or provoke to appear or occur.|
A teacher can provoke you into working harder.
|ramification||A part of a forked or branching shape.|
An extended family with its ramifications of neighbouring in laws.
|rationale||(law) an explanation of the fundamental reasons (especially an explanation of the working of some device in terms of laws of nature.|
He explained the rationale behind the change.
|reason||Decide by reasoning draw or come to a conclusion.|
They had good reason to rejoice.
|scandalize||Strike with disgust or revulsion.|
Their lack of manners scandalized their hosts.
|shock||Subject to electrical shocks.|
The first shock of the earthquake came shortly after noon while workers were at lunch.
|stimulate||Act as a stimulant.|
The book stimulated her imagination.
|stimulus||An interesting and exciting quality.|
She loved the stimulus of the job.
|titillate||Touch (a body part) lightly so as to excite the surface nerves and cause uneasiness, laughter, or spasmodic movements.|
The press are paid to titillate the public.