Something of this she felt, but did not reason out, for she was no logician.
Did you ever reason out why folks laugh so much at fat people?
Hang it all, Snow, this isn't a thing one can reason out, exactly.
So far as I could reason out, it meant that what I sought was in the other direction.
If it wasn't John, I'd like to get the reason out of any other man.
But he drilled deep down, and blasted all my reason out of me!
She thought she could reason out what McKinstra and the stage-driver would do.
Fighting to calm himself, he tried to reason out his plight.
Hence we must resort to logic, and reason out the two hypotheses.
He could not reason out what he would stand committed to if he kept and used it.