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Definition of why:
- For what cause, reason, or purpose; on what account; wherefore; -- used interrogatively. See the Note under What, pron., 1.
- For which; on account of which; -- used relatively.
- The reason or cause for which; that on account of which; on what account; as, I know not why he left town so suddenly; -- used as a compound relative.
- question word; what is the reason (` how come' is a nonstandard variant); " why are you here?"; " how come he got an ice cream cone but I didn't?"
- The reason or cause.
- On what account; wherefore: for what reason?.
- For which or for what reason or cause; wherefore; used emphatically, as, " why, no- the day had broke before we parted"; used as a substantive, as, " we examine the why of things.".
- An introductory expletive.
- Because of which; for which.
- As a relative, the reason or cause for which.
- For what cause, reason, or purpose; on what account; wherefore; - used interrogatively. See the Note under What, pron., 1.
- For which; on account of which; - used relatively.
- The reason or cause for which; that on account of which; on what account; as, I know not why he left town so suddenly; - used as a compound relative.
- For what cause, reason, or purpose; on what account; wherefore; for which; on account of which.
- For what cause or reason? on which account: wherefore.
- For what cause, purpose, or reason.
- For what cause or reason, interrogatively; for which reason or cause, relatively; for what reason or cause; for which.