Sentence for reason | Use reason in a sentence

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  • I will reason with you. (9)
  • See all that, and then talk about reason! (8)
  • I have reason to thank him. (10)
  • You want reason Mr. Harness? (8)
  • It stands to reason that it must be. (8)
  • This is a moment to use your reason. (10)
  • A funny and a naughty reason, was it? (10)
  • He had good reason to wish to find her. (10)
  • But she was not inactive for that reason. (9)
  • You hate ladies, that is the real reason. (6)
  • Surely, Nevil, you can guess at a reason. (10)
  • I shall do my best to make them see reason. (8)
  • She would not have her reason in consenting. (10)
  • There must be some other reason for his defection. (8)
  • This she took for the protest of her pure reason. (10)
  • I say bravo to anything that brings you to reason. (10)
  • I told him that was just my reason for requiring help. (2)
  • Pole, in the voice of a man whose reason is outraged. (10)
  • There is reason to think that the enemy has retreated. (1)
  • Was she witty, men surrendered reason and adored her. (10)
  • All the more reason for her thinking me her companion. (10)
  • I talked to Shrapnel and tried hard to reason with him. (10)
  • That is one reason, perhaps, why I have been an enigma. (10)
  • And there can be no reason why you should not try for him. (4)
  • No reason whatever can be assigned for this desperate act. (8)
  • For some reason or other my father never took me there again. (10)
  • I suppose his conscience and his reason kept him from doing so. (9)
  • Better for them had they with Reason fenced Or smiled corrected! (10)
  • If that was a reason, how many friends do you think you would have? (9)
  • But it was useless to think of acting in accordance with his reason. (10)
  • Harriet stared at her, and so did Andrew, though for a different reason. (10)
  • There is another: Compassionate her madness: is she not Mother of Reason? (10)
  • Three to one in such a case is a severe trial to the reason of solitary one. (10)
  • He is rough, and you have often been against him, for one unfortunate reason. (10)
  • There was no reason why they should not jog along, even if they hated each other. (8)
  • The reason why all this was to be done by him alone, was such as I have given above. (4)
  • She was learning, that for some reason, allusions to her father were not acceptable. (10)
  • But for that very reason you are open to be tempted the most, and to sink the deepest. (10)
  • But if he could not, Westover would give his mother a reassuring reason for his failure. (9)
  • I have no reason, from any thing that has fallen within my observation, to do otherwise. (4)
  • Harte was the life of a time which was perhaps less a feast of reason than a flow of soul. (9)
  • I can fancy that there is reason for him just now to fear Republicanism worse than Austria. (10)
  • But they are not, and this is one reason why literature is still the hungriest of the professions. (9)
  • Mournful to think that we have been bereft of reason; but the fit is over, and we are not in Bedlam! (10)
  • These apprehensions, perhaps, were not founded entirely on reason, and certainly not at all on truth. (4)
  • As soon as George Maynard gets here I will have some one that can cure me, or I will know the reason why. (9)
  • And now for a doctor that will understand my case, and listen to reason, as they would call it in Ireland. (6)
  • He had not been there two days before he owned that the wish to see her had been more than half the reason. (8)
  • The reason why he threw me down so easily is, I have grown about a foot, and I have not got up my strength. (9)
  • From something that he told me in our journey hither, I have reason to think Bingley very much indebted to him. (4)
  • He pretended surprise to hear her say that she was having a first-rate time, and he tried to reason her out of it. (9)
  • If there, is any point on which he has not convinced my reason it is that of our ability to walk this narrow way alone. (9)
  • Reason, acting in her heart as a tongue of the flames of the forge where we all are wrought, told her surely that the good predominated. (10)
  • That she had made a mistake, and did not love him, had tried to love him and could not love him, was obviously no reason. (8)
  • He wanted to tire himself so that nothing mattered and swam recklessly, fast and far; then suddenly, for no reason, felt afraid. (8)
  • If they attract, they should keep in a circle where they will have no reason to revolt at, or say, repent of what they attract. (10)
  • But, again, reason struggled to enlighten him; for surely he would never have done a thing so disproportionate to the end to be gamed! (10)
  • They were full of reason, conscience, horror, full of impatience, contempt, revolt; but they did not love the masses of their fellow-men. (8)
  • Though her nephew had had no particular reason to hasten back on her account, she had not lived above six-and-thirty hours after his return. (4)
  • All the time he believed that Miss Macroyd, whose laugh sounded above the others, was somehow enjoying his indignation and divining its reason. (9)
  • Wide fly the leisurely-remonstrating hosts: institutions are scattered, they know not wherefore, heads are broken that have not the balm of a reason why. (10)

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