occasion[ uh-key-zhuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF occasion
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OCCASION
I had a warm regard for your father, and shall be glad to help your mother if there is any occasion.
To Alec Haskell I shall in this discourse again have occasion to refer.
I never had occasion to check or to use an angry word to one of my party.
It must have been written for the occasion, for the sentiment of it was in accordance with the prayer.
You shall all have your directions in writing, if there be occasion.
I am afraid you will condemn my warmth: But does not the occasion require it?
We are not now about to give him any idle panegyric on the occasion.
I beg your pardon, dear Madam, and your patience with me on such an occasion as this.
The young Tory's first election address was delivered upon this occasion.
I went with a very cheerful aspect: but had occasion soon to change it.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR OCCASION
- be at the bottom of
- break in
- break the ice
- bring to pass
- come out with
- cook up
- dream up
- fire up
- get things rolling
- give rise to
- lead to
- make up
- result in
- sow the seeds
- start the ball rolling
- think up
- work up
- where it's at