occasions[ uh-key-zhuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF occasions
Synonyms for occasions | nounreason, cause
Antonyms for occasions | nounreason, cause
Synonyms for occasions | verbmake happen, bring about
- give rise to
- lead to
- work up
Antonyms for occasions | verbmake happen, bring about
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OCCASIONS
On these occasions he always determined to clear out the bag.
Sidney's half-days at home were occasions for agonies of jealousy on Carlotta's part.
Linda could jest on occasions, but by nature she was a serious person.
I have had the same thing happen on other occasions, when on short allowance of food.
Betty, it must be owned, has an admirable memory on these occasions.
The way in which you are resolved and determined to disgrace us on all occasions, is really infamous.
Which, in principle, I—ha—for all are—hum—equal on these occasions—I consider right.'
He comes into my Wigwam on all manner of occasions, and with the absurdest ‘Medicine.’
On these occasions President Wilder has made appropriate addresses.
On two occasions recently he had shuddered at the possibility of a catastrophe.