[kaw-zuh-tiv] /ˈkɔ zə tɪv/
acting as a ; producing (often followed by of):
a causative agency; an event causative of war.
Grammar. noting . The causative form of to fall is to fell. Gothic -jan is a causative suffix in fulljan “to cause to be full; to fill.”.
Grammar. a word, especially a verb, noting , as made in He made me eat the apple.
(grammar) relating to a form or class of verbs, such as persuade, that express causation
(often postpositive) and foll by of. producing an effect
the causative form or class of verbs
early 15c. (as a noun), from French causatif, from Latin causativus, from causa (see cause (n.)).
[nons] /nɒns/ noun 1. the present, or immediate, occasion or purpose (usually used in the phrase for the nonce). /nɒns/ noun 1. the present time or occasion (now only in the phrase for the nonce) /nɒns/ noun 1. (prison slang) a rapist or child molester; a sexual offender n. abstracted from phrase for þe naness […]
[sel-uh-bit, -beyt] /ˈsɛl ə bɪt, -ˌbeɪt/ noun 1. a person who abstains from sexual relations. 2. a person who remains unmarried, especially for religious reasons. adjective 3. observing or pertaining to sexual abstention or a religious vow not to marry. 4. not married. /ˈsɛlɪbɪt/ noun 1. a person who is unmarried, esp one who has […]
[non-sel-yuh-ler] /nɒnˈsɛl yə lər/ adjective 1. not composed of or containing cells: Cytoplasm is noncellular.
[non-sel-yuh-loh-sik] /ˌnɒn sɛl yəˈloʊ sɪk/ adjective 1. not derived from or containing : Nylon is a noncellulosic fiber.