Common misspellings for reason:
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Definition of reason:
- To exercise the faculty of reason; to infer conclusions from premises; to argue; to debate.
- To examine or discuss; to persuade by reasoning.
- To debate or discuss; to persuade by argument; to deduce inferences justly from premises.
- The cause, ground, principle or motive of anything said or done; efficient cause; final cause; the faculty of intelligence in man; specially the faculty by which we arrive at necessary truth; the exercise of reason; the premise, specially the minor, of an argument what is according to reason; right; justice; moderation.
- That power or faculty in man which eminently distinguishes him from the other animals, and the possession of which enables him to deduce inferences from facts or propositions, and to distinguish good from evil, and truth from falsehood; a thought or a consideration as bearing on a question; cause; ground; motive; that which justifies or supports a determination, or a plan, & c.; final cause; end or object sought; justice; moderation; purpose; design.