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account ground or reason for carrying out some action; basis. [1/15 definitions]
affective pertaining to or caused by emotions rather than reason.
a fortiori (Latin) for a strong reason; all the more so.
analogize to reason or argue by use of analogy. [1/3 definitions]
arbitrary resulting from whim or caprice instead of from a rule or reason. [1/3 definitions]
argument a reason in favor of or against something. [1/5 definitions]
baseless without basis in fact or reason; unfounded.
because for the reason that.
because of on account of; by reason of.
blind beyond reason or the need for evidence. [1/12 definitions]
by the same token for the same, or a similar, reason.
cause good reason or sufficient motive. [1/5 definitions]
cerebral characterized by intellect or reason. [1/2 definitions]
cerebrate to use the mind; think or reason about.
cite to point to, esp. as a reason for something; mention. [1/5 definitions]
cohere to be connected by reason; be consistent. [1/2 definitions]
crackbrain a person without sense or reason; one who is insane.
crazed having lost one's reason, or having or giving the appearance of being insane. [1/2 definitions]
default to lose a game, match, or the like for this reason. [2/14 definitions]
deism the belief, based only on reason and on evidence in nature, and not on any supernatural revelation, in the existence of a god who created the universe. (Cf. theism.)
discursive proceeding by reason rather than intuition, as an argument or discourse. [1/2 definitions]