reason[ ree-zuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF reason
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REASON
There was no time barren enough of sensation to reason about it.
I think this blessing comes from the Divine, by reason of the innocence of his life.
I haven't told you yet the reason—a new reason—why you must talk to Avice.
The reason I write promptly is that you may not go out of the country just now.
That he had reason for his distrust was proved by Ben Haley's movements.
She is glad to believe that there is every reason why it will soon be over.
My reason for concealment was, that I might surprise you at the end of this voyage.
Exactly; and there ain't really any reason why you can't be somebody here.
His reason for not pursuing the fugitive may be readily understood.
The alderman saw no reason to repent his decision, hastily as it had been made.