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account to be the cause of (usually followed by "for"). [1/6 definitions]
accustom to cause (oneself or another) to become used to something over time.
activate to cause action in or make active; start.
addict to cause to depend on something that is hard to give up. [1/3 definitions]
affect1 to cause a change in; influence. [2 definitions]
afflict to cause pain or suffering to.
affliction a condition of pain or suffering, or the cause of such a state.
age to make or cause to grow old; mature. [1/8 definitions]
agent a force or means that brings about certain results; cause. [1/2 definitions]
aggression an attack or war against a country started without good cause by another country. [1/2 definitions]
agitate to cause to move in a quick, tumbling motion or with force; shake. [1/3 definitions]
ail to trouble or cause pain to. [1/2 definitions]
allergy a condition in which a person's body has an unusual reaction to certain things. An allergy can cause itching, coughing, sneezing, or trouble breathing. Allergies to animal hair, pollen, and certain foods are among the most common.
amuse to cause to smile or laugh. [1/2 definitions]
anesthetist a person, usually a doctor or nurse, trained to give gas or drugs that cause lack of sensation or loss of consciousness.
anger to cause anger in; make angry. [1/3 definitions]
antacid a substance people take to settle an upset stomach. Antacids work by reducing the strength of the acids that cause the upset.
antiseptic a substance or drug that kills germs that cause disease or decay.
appall to cause to feel shock or horror.
appease to cause to become calmer by meeting demands. [1/2 definitions]
army a large group that works together for a cause. [1/3 definitions]