Effect and Source

Effect

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Effect noun – A condition or occurrence traceable to a cause.
Usage example: better health is always one of the effects of improved hygiene

Source is an antonym for effect in topics: impact, result.
Nearby Words: effective, effectual, effected, effectively, effecting
Antonyms for Effect

Source

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Source noun – A point or place at which something is invented or provided.
Effect is an antonym for source in beginning topic.
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How words are described

good good effect good source
best best effect best source
exact exact effect exact source
common common effect common source
Other adjectives: specific, original, visible, strong, powerful, actual, real, great, main, major, useful, possible, apparent, secondary, additional, significant, different, comic, magical.

Both words in one sentence

  • Instead, the explosion is a very protracted damage source which is always at least somewhat larger than the explosion effect itself.
  • A mysterious cat proves central to the story, as it time-travels while carrying the source of the hero's power and becomes immortal as a result due to an unexplained temporal effect.
  • Mystical White Hair Suprema has white hair as a side effect of exposure to Supremium, the source of her powers.
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Source and Effect. (2016). Retrieved 2019, July 24, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/effect/source
Effect & Source. N.p., 2016. Web. 24 Jul. 2019. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/effect/source>.
Source or Effect. 2016. Accessed July 24, 2019. https://thesaurus.plus/related/effect/source.

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