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- adv. In a causative manner
- adv. Regarding causation
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a causative manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a causative manner.
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Indeed, obesity is associated causatively to so many expensive diseases (rather as smoking is) that the health-care costs of treating the impoverished obese are likely to be enormous.
Or maybe some other factor that also correlates, but is causatively independent of wealth?
This strikes me as the logical equivalent of saying that legalized abortion is causatively related to an increase in the rate of child abuse.
The word of God is sometimes called “incorruptible seed,” — seed causatively, as being an instrument in the hand of God whereby he planteth the seed of life and holiness in the heart.
He has causatively led any nation into error and consequent destruction as a means of preparing for subsequent generations something higher and better, we cannot admit.
What we call the wind is mediately the air moving but causatively, and immediately, and more profoundly, it is the action of the vito-magnetic fluid.
It is the habit (well known to psychologists) of transferring to anything created by our own skill, or which reflects our own skill, as if it lay causatively and objectively  in the reflecting thing itself, that pleasurable power which in very truth belongs subjectively  to the mind of him who surveys it, from conscious success in the exercise of his own energies.
Their magic was causatively of no virtue at all, but, being believed in, through this belief it became the occasional means of exciting the imagination of its victims; after which the consequences were the same as if the magic had acted physically according to its pretences.
Christ had completely paid this sum, Christ was justified legally, as a public person, and all his seed fundamentally, meritoriously, causatively, but not in their persons.
Christ taketh away our sins on the cross, causatively, and by way of merit, while as he suffereth for our sins on the cross.