The accident precipitated the union strike for better working conditions.
She expressed concern that withdrawal of UN troops will precipitate chaos and tribal warfare.
Something was about to happen, and they were waiting for it, waiting with the unanimous, unstable mob-mind for the one of them who would make the first action that would precipitate all of them into a common action.
The crisis precipitated by the Russia’s revolution
...for it is certainly possible ... to provoke and precipitate the people into the wildest excesses.
Alexander Hamilton -- Federalist Papers
Our economy precipitated into complete ruin
it was a greater delight slyly to precipitate a fight amongst his mates
Jack London -- The Call of the Wild
...a sinking of the machinery would precipitate that keen, glistening axe upon my bosom.
Edgar Allan Poe -- The Pit and the Pendulum
it is wrong to urge an individual to cease his efforts to gain his basic constitutional rights because the quest may precipitate violence.
Martin Luther King, Jr. -- Letter from a Birmingham Jail
The essence of pearl mixed with essence of men and a curious dark residue was precipitated.
John Steinbeck -- The Pearl
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The quarrel was probably precipitated by Amanda’s interruption of Tom’s creative labor.
Tennessee Williams -- The Glass Menagerie
The precipitating event is invariably domestic: a dispute with girlfriends or parents.
Malcolm Gladwell -- The Tipping Point
The sound of the tune precipitated in him a sort of ecstasy
F. Scott Fitzgerald -- Winter Dreams
Halfway down, she looked back up at me, and I knew she was still wondering what exactly had precipitated this sudden acquiescence.
Sarah Dessen -- Lock and Key
...I’d like to know, in your own words, what it was that precipitated that decision.
Sarah Dessen -- The Truth About Forever
I call it a revolution because I now see how, with the word he spoke, the curtain rose on the last act of my dreadful drama, and the catastrophe was precipitated.