reason

Part of speech: noun

REASONER.

Part of speech: verb

To prove or influence by reasoning; argue; persuade or dissuade.

Part of speech: verb

To use the reason; give reasons; argue.

Part of speech: noun

A proof, argument; motive; priciple.

Part of speech: noun

A cause or condition.

Part of speech: noun

Mind; intellect; rational condition.

Part of speech: noun

Reasonable conduct or speech.

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Usage examples "reason":

  1. This is no reason. - "Napoleon the Little", Victor Hugo.
  2. For which reason, I was glad, when I came in house, that Tony had gone on to bed. - "A Poor Man's House", Stephen Sydney Reynolds.
  3. " There can be no reason," said Catherine; " no good reason." - "Washington Square", Henry James.