A goal, aim or principle, especially one which transcends purely selfish ends. (noun)
To set off an event or action. (verb)
To actively produce as a result, by means of force or authority. (verb)
Examples of word cause
Maybe I could be a singer, cause I didn't really start singing until I was pretty old, 'cause I didn't have no apparent talent for it.
(Soundbite of song, "You're A Rich Girl") HALL & OATES (Musicians, Singer-songwriters): (Singing) ... never be strong cause, you're a rich girl, rich girl, and you've gone too far 'cause you know it don't matter anyway, rich girl.
I say that cause that's how I'm going to move on and keep going and 'cause in a lot of ways it is fine.
Maybe I'm nuts, maybe it's cause I'm an island boy through and through, or maybe the astrologists have something after all, and it's 'cause I'm a water sign, but whatever it is, days like this feel a lot more like vacation than the sunny ones for me.
Stopped reading at that point – ‘cause if WAG can’t get it by now God help Wales 'cause WAG is not helping.