But what about the bully who is causing such havoc in many schools?
Depth of field is quickly lost and perceived hues of pink and blue fog fill the room, causing a bit of a disorienting effect.
Should our justice system be causing so much harm to so many people when there is an alternative?
Diphtheria, on the other hand, is perfectly capable of causing an outbreak in a vulnerable population.
The president should have said it would lead to a cut in overtime for Capitol Hill janitors, causing them to ... earn less pay.
It indicates what unbelievable illusions the sense of touch is capable of causing.
Both of them have made a botch of their errand,” said he, “and are causing the bride to wait in vain!
Added to this it was raw and cold, which had the effect of causing the inhabitants of the big kraal to hug their firesides.
I can see that you are anxious to know what is causing it, but I'm not ready to tell just yet.
Sometimes poisons are administered, not for the purpose of destroying life, but of causing some slight injury or annoyance.
c.1200, "reason for action, grounds for action; motive," from Old French cause "cause, reason; lawsuit, case in law" (12c.), and directly from Latin causa "a cause; a reason; interest; judicial process, lawsuit," of unknown origin.
In English, sense of "matter of concern; side taken in controversy" is from c.1300; that of "the source of an effect" is early 14c.; meaning "reason for something taking place" is late 14c. Cause célèbre "celebrated legal case" is 1763, from French. Cause why? "for what reason?" is in Chaucer.
late 14c., "produce an effect," also "impel, compel," from Old French causer "to cause" (13c.) and directly from Medieval Latin causare, from Latin causa "a cause; a reason; interest; judicial process, lawsuit," of unknown origin. Related: Caused; causing. Classical Latin causari meant "to plead, to debate a question."