Sentence for cause | Use cause in a sentence

Sentences using the word cause. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use cause in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for cause.

  • Just cause and impejiment. (8)
  • What is the cause of that? (16)
  • He has not cause to like his wife. (10)
  • Depressed, yes; I have cause to be. (10)
  • Is any cause required to explain it? (5)
  • I was the cause of the chief misfortune. (10)
  • Not an idea of the cause he is vowed to! (10)
  • She had no defined cause for its excitement. (10)
  • She spoke no word of his cause for departure. (10)
  • The cause for it was the opening of the door. (22)
  • But Livia had no cause for chills and quivers. (10)
  • He is capable of as much evil as good to his cause. (18)
  • The intention was to cause the squire a distraction. (10)
  • But from one cause or another, I gave it up in disgust. (4)
  • Of this he soon understood the cause, and it amused him. (10)
  • To cut it short, the sacrifice I made to her was the cause. (10)
  • Such but serve the blood-stained cause of our common enemies. (8)
  • What were the influences to cause Gluck to set about opera reform? (3)
  • She felt that there was a cause why she had to pity, did pity her. (10)
  • The pangs we cause them, without our knowing it, must be horrible. (10)
  • Nor had we any desire to be in opposition to the cause he supported. (10)
  • I will do more for the cause of your country than armies or alliances. (18)
  • Deep interest in your welfare is the cause of an anonymous communication. (10)
  • He also realized what terrible anxiety his absence would cause his mother. (5)
  • Put it that I am the cause, I will not consent to a violation of decorum. (10)
  • Nor would she have had cause to repent had I been the man she held me to be. (10)
  • Aminta simply observed that it would cause less inconvenience to all parties. (10)
  • He had sometimes found it more helpful with trouble to be ignorant of its cause. (9)
  • It was, her revived and uprising pudency declared, the principal; the only cause. (10)
  • He beat about for the cause of this deficiency, and discovered it in his position. (10)
  • Captain Carew Mahony, albeit unacquainted with Mrs. Warwick, had espoused her cause. (10)
  • For his own part, these moods of hers never failed to cause him confusion and anxiety. (9)
  • But strange things may be generally accounted for if their cause be fairly searched out. (4)
  • He would burn for ever sooner than cause her the pain of thinking that he was not happy. (8)
  • She distinguished that he could only suppose, manlikely, one bad cause for the division. (10)
  • Charles I cause to be absent for six weeks; so there will be time enough for the probation. (10)
  • She seemed to be going over a game just played, and trying to trace the cause of her failure. (9)
  • Do you not think some good man could convince the best Americans of the folly of their cause? (18)
  • I had cause to believe that you had not only violated my confidence, but grossly deceived me. (10)
  • He became a free lance, and fought in whatever cause he thought just; he had no ties, no chains. (9)
  • In my opinion Government should be compelled to send out a Commission to inquire into the cause. (10)
  • His nephew had to guard him and at the same time support an enemy having just cause of complaint. (10)
  • He knew why, in an immediate sort, but his quest was for the cause behind the cause. (9)
  • The trained psychologist may find it worth while to study out here the relation of cause and effect. (16)
  • I now discovered one great cause of the mirth of the bystanders, at least the English portion of them. (6)
  • But, in truth, an English world was having cause to ransack the dust-heaps for neglected men of mettle. (10)
  • But does a man pretending to love a woman cut at one blow, for such a cause, the ties uniting her to him? (10)
  • Such, then, will not be influenced by motives of private interest to abandon the cause they have espoused. (18)
  • He said he never minded making a bad speech in a good cause, and he made as bad a one as very well could be. (9)
  • My greatest danger would lie in her consulting Mrs. Fraser, and I at a distance unable to help my own cause. (4)
  • What cause of wrath he had was past a guess: a wolf at his vitals bit him, hardening his handsome features. (10)
  • Now and then she gives way to the bad trick of laughing without caring or daring to explain the cause for it. (10)
  • He was unable to fathom the cause of it, but Clara imposed it on him, and only in anger could he throw it off. (10)
  • The ladies hated both the cause and the consequence, they had a revulsion from the object, of the above contention. (10)
  • Those whom he has been the chief cause of leading into ruin, he can neglect and desert without the smallest compunction. (4)
  • For a week at least Derek asked no questions, made no allusion to the mutiny, not even to the cause of his own disablement. (8)
  • I was not fashioned to be the lean meek martyr of a cause, not I. I carry too decisive a weight in the balance to victory. (10)
  • Glimpses of the corrupting cause for it partly penetrated his density: a conqueror of ladies, in mid-career, doubts them all. (10)
  • Secretly behind it, the man was proud of having a heart to beat for the cause of the besiegeing enemy, in the present instance. (10)
  • Such pointed insolence disposed Rosamund to an irritable antagonism, without reminding her that she had given some cause for it. (10)
  • Our nature becomes ingenious in devices, penetrative of the enemy, confidently citing its cause for being frankly elvish or worse. (10)
  • It was likewise out of the question that he should enter every house and shop, and battle with its master in the cause of Mrs. Mount. (10)
  • The noblest cause in creation cannot be promoted by a defunct newspaper, and to keep its champion alive there must be a net cash income. (16)
  • The terrible sugariness which poured into him worked like venom to cause an encounter and a wrestling: his battery of jaws expressed it. (10)
  • Now that he knew the cause, the marvel ended; but now that he knew the cause, his heart was touched and made more of it. (10)
  • For some time she was amused, without thinking beyond the immediate cause; but as she came to understand the family better, other feelings arose. (4)
  • It is popularly believed in Mogon-Zwair that persecution, even to the extent of taking life, is in the long run beneficial to the cause enduring it. (7)
  • The cause of a repetition so senseless in its violence, and so unnecessary, set them querying and kicking until the inevitable quarters recommenced. (10)
  • She bitterly regretted not having sought a closer acquaintance with her, and blushed for the envious feelings which had certainly been, in some measure, the cause. (4)
  • His articles on Schubert, Mendelssohn, Gade, Chopin, Berlioz, Liszt, Brahms and others formed a new epoch in musical criticism, and helped the cause of Romanticism immeasurably. (3)

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