CAUSE AND EFFECT: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for CAUSE AND EFFECT?

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Associations of "Cause and effect" (30 Words)

ariseGet 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.
catalyzeChange by catalysis or cause to catalyze.
complicationA development that complicates a situation.
Her coming was a serious complication.
consequentialFollowing as a result or effect.
A loss of confidence and a consequential withdrawal of funds.
disturbingCausing distress or worry or anxiety.
Distressing or disturbing news.
dueA payment that is due e g as the price of membership.
Give the devil his due.
impetusThe act of applying force suddenly.
The ending of the Cold War gave new impetus to idealism.
incentiveA thing that motivates or encourages someone to do something.
Tax incentives for investing in depressed areas.
incurBecome 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.
inducementA bribe.
Inducement of sleep.
influenceHave and exert influence or effect.
The influence of mechanical action.
initiateA person who has been initiated into an organization or activity.
It is very familiar to the initiate.
inspiringHaving the effect of inspiring someone.
He was an inspiring teacher.
invokeCall earnestly for.
The antiquated defence of insanity is rarely invoked in England.
irritantCausing slight inflammation or other discomfort to the body.
Chlorine bleaches can be irritant to the skin.
joltMove or cause to move with a sudden jerky motion.
She tried to jolt him out of his depression.
motivationThe 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.
motiveA design or figure that consists of recurring shapes or colors, as in architecture or decoration.
A motive force.
originateBring into being.
The flight originates in Calcutta.
provocationAction or speech that makes someone angry, especially deliberately.
Walking with deliberate provocation she struck a pose then giggled.
provokeEvoke or provoke to appear or occur.
A teacher can provoke you into working harder.
ramificationA 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.
reasonDecide by reasoning draw or come to a conclusion.
They had good reason to rejoice.
scandalizeStrike with disgust or revulsion.
Their lack of manners scandalized their hosts.
shockSubject to electrical shocks.
The first shock of the earthquake came shortly after noon while workers were at lunch.
stimulateAct as a stimulant.
The book stimulated her imagination.
stimulusAn interesting and exciting quality.
She loved the stimulus of the job.
titillateTouch (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.

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