Sentence for reasons | Use reasons in a sentence

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  • Good reasons? (8)
  • Give me reasons. (10)
  • I have my reasons. (8)
  • There are reasons. (10)
  • And I have my reasons. (10)
  • She may have her reasons. (10)
  • There are sacred reasons. (10)
  • Besides, has she not reasons? (10)
  • I will not inquire your reasons. (9)
  • This will be to you the best of reasons. (10)
  • I ought to give you up for all these reasons. (9)
  • For euphonic reasons, too, he doted on Turenne. (8)
  • But the reasons for this step are soon explained. (6)
  • For other reasons she would have avoided the city. (10)
  • This influence spread to music for various reasons. (3)
  • I have most urgent reasons for wishing to stay here. (6)
  • Mrs. Doria had her own reasons for being in a hurry. (10)
  • To this I was impelled by many and important reasons. (6)
  • How quick come the reasons for approving what we like! (4)
  • The question set her thinking of the reasons she knew. (10)
  • There were other reasons, too, for this mild reproduction. (8)
  • The reasons were numerous and intimate why she pleased him. (10)
  • Two reasons interfered: the first moral, the second physical. (2)
  • Astraea sent me to hear the reasons why she refuses me a hearing. (10)
  • I am sure he does in his heart, and, for different reasons, I do. (10)
  • A hundred fresh reasons for loving him arose and multiplied every day. (10)
  • The reasons against such an engagement have occurred to you, I suppose? (8)
  • Then observe the antagonist, con His reasons for rocking the lullaby word. (10)
  • There were several reasons for this change in the centre of musical activity. (3)
  • He had special reasons for making investigations with regard to the great Mel. (10)
  • These like her for many reasons, not any one of which is satisfactory in itself. (2)
  • These were, no doubt, good reasons for abstaining, and they were grand morality. (10)
  • That was why she came unexpectedly, and for a mixture of reasons, went to an hotel. (10)
  • There might be personal reasons for this, but usually his kindness of heart moved him. (9)
  • As to the reason, I might hear a dozen of your reasons, and I should not understand one. (10)
  • I have my reasons; believe me they are sufficient ones, so promise me this before we part. (6)
  • Last night he gave me reasons for thinking you would do wisely to confide in Mrs. Mountstuart. (10)
  • She was guessing at his reasons for showing her the letter, and they appeared possibly serious. (10)
  • Neither had any particular reasons for their partisanship except what he had read in the journals. (8)
  • She hinted at family reasons for being shy of him, assuring me that I was not implicated in them. (10)
  • There are some reasons for its decline besides a change of taste in readers, and a possible surfeit. (9)
  • Willoughby may undoubtedly have very sufficient reasons for his conduct, and I will hope that he has. (4)
  • But she required shoeing and refitting; and for other reasons also, she determined to go on to Bormio. (10)
  • He could not, or did not, give any reasons for his literary abhorrences, and perhaps he really had none. (9)
  • She will not hear of the reasons and the change of reasons for one thing and the other. (10)
  • They strolled about the city, glad for reasons of their own to be out of Milan as long as the leave permitted. (10)
  • To Adela and Mrs. Chump, demanding peculiar personal explanations, he gave reassuring reasons separately, aside. (10)
  • On the contrary, it was his established belief, and one for which he was prepared to furnish due and proper reasons. (8)
  • On the other hand, he foresaw the closest of personal reasons for hesitating to be in agreement with the lady wholly. (10)
  • Do not think me unkind for such an exercise of my power, nor accuse me of instability without first hearing my reasons. (4)
  • But when he came to hear that the youth was writing poetry, his wounded heart had its reasons for being much disturbed. (10)
  • You have not been so very tender to your Cecilia that you can afford to give her fresh reasons for sorrowful perplexity. (10)
  • He wanted exercise and loved this mountain-land; his inclinations melted into hers; though he had reasons for hesitating. (10)
  • We felt that you would almost certainly have good reasons of your own which would put the matter in quite a different light. (8)
  • She begged him briefly not to come until after the funeral, and proposed to give him good reasons for her request at their meeting. (10)
  • The reasons for this alteration were at the same time related, and they were such as to make further entreaty on his side impossible. (4)
  • These reasons issued mainly from the mouth of a well-preserved old gentleman who seemed to play the part of a sort of Moral Salesman. (8)
  • She praised me for abstaining to write to her, when I was stammering a set of hastily-impressed reasons to excuse myself for the omission. (10)
  • In the theatre we have conjectured how and why this may be, but the privilege, for less obvious reasons, seems yet more liberally granted in fiction. (9)
  • You are aware of the reasons, the many, why a courageous young woman requires of high heaven, far more than the commendably timid, a doughty husband. (10)
  • Miltoun was right in believing that newspaper gossip was incapable of hurting her, though her reasons for being so impervious were not what he supposed. (8)

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