One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Mr. Webster defines ‘freak’ as a sudden causeless change of mind, a whim of fancy, a vagary, a caprice.’
- ‘Lastly, I've had a recurring cough for the last seven or eight years, as well as experiencing dry heaving and seemingly causeless vomiting.’
- ‘Vivienne giggles, either at my apparently causeless laughter or at everybody else's response to it.’
- ‘These last two arguments make the point that causality is necessary for the operation of morality in the world, and to introduce a causeless free will is to make the teaching of morality or its motivation by punishment or reward pointless.’
- ‘I am afraid that before long no one will be able to talk to me because I will burst into spontaneous, seemingly causeless laughter and that plus the sarcasm will irritate people and scare them away.’
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