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Spell Check of reason

Correct spelling: reason

Common misspellings for reason:

resion, reson, rison, resonly, reasing, reasonly, resond, reasone, reasont, reasson, reasin, rcanum, racanum.

Reason \re(a)-son\

Details:
Reason as a boy's name.
Meaning:
Rozen, Rawson.
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This graph shows how "reason" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for reason:

  1. To reason is to examine by means of the reason to prove by reasoning, or to influence or seek to influence others by reasoning or reasons. Persons may contend either from mere ill will or self- interest, or from the highest motives; " That ye should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered to the saints," Jude 3. To argue ( L. arguo, show) is to make a matter clear by reasoning; to discuss ( L. dis, apart, and quatio, shake) is, etymologically, to shake it apart for examination and analysis. Demonstrate strictly applies to mathematical or exact reasoning; prove may be used in the same sense, but is often applied to reasoning upon matters of fact by what is called probable evidence, which can give only moral and not absolute or mathematical certainty. To demonstrate is to force the mind to a conclusion by irresistible reasoning; to prove is rather to establish a fact by evidence; as, to prove one innocent or guilty. That which has been either demonstrated or proved so as to secure general acceptance is said to be established. Reason is a neutral word, not, like argue, debate, discuss, etc., naturally or necessarily implying contest. We reason about a matter by bringing up all that reason can give us on any side. A dispute may be personal, fractious, and petty; a debate is formal and orderly; if otherwise, it becomes a mere wrangle. –  by
  2. She had come to Bitumen with her father for the same reason that had brought Mr. Hobart. –  by
  3. There must have been a reason for it. –  by

Rhymes for reason:

  1. season, treason;
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