Part of speech: adverb


Part of speech: noun


Part of speech: adjective

Having no just cause; groundless.

Part of speech: adjective


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Usage examples "causeless":

  1. It cast a spell, it gave joy, it lulled gently into boundless faith; then with quick and causeless anger it killed. - "An Outcast of the Islands", Joseph Conrad.
  2. This causeless generosity makes me more afraid.... - "The King of the Dark Chamber", Rabindranath Tagore (trans.).
  3. Come, let us be off; I am impatient till we get it home; and Louis, who had now a new crotchet at work in his fertile and vivacious brain, walked and danced along at a rate which proved a great disturbance to his graver companion, who tried to keep down his cousin's lively spirits by suggesting the probability of the jar being cracked, or that the Indians might have returned for it; but Louis was not one of the doubting sort, and was right in not damping the ardour of his mind by causeless fears. - "Lost in the Backwoods", Catherine Parr Traill.