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Reason

Definition of reason:

part of speech: verb

To exercise the faculty of reason: to deduce inferences from premises: to argue: to debate: ( B.) to converse.

part of speech: verb

To examine or discuss: to debate: to persuade by reasoning.

part of speech: verb

To discuse; persuade by reasoning.

part of speech: noun

REASONER.

part of speech: noun

That which supports or justifies an act, etc.: a motive: proof: excuse: cause: the faculty of the mind by which man draws conclusions, and determines right and truth: the exercise of reason: just view of things: right conduct: propriety: justice.

part of speech: verb

To judge; debate.

part of speech: noun

The ability to form conclusions and know right from wrong; right judgment; intellect or thinking power; sanity or sane opinions; cause for opinion or act.

part of speech: verb

To persuade by argument; to prove or explain by means of the intellect; as, to reason out a solution.

part of speech: verb

To exercise the power of thinking logically or drawing conclusions; to argue.

part of speech: noun

Intelligence; faculty of judging; motive; argument; ground; right conduct; justice.

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