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- By or for the cause that; on this account that; for the reason that.
I hid myself because I was afraid.
- The Nuttall Encyclopedia
Be*cause" (&?;), conj. [OE. bycause;
by + cause.] 1. By or for the cause
that; on this account that; for the reason that. Milton.
2. In order that; that. [Obs.]
And the multitude rebuked them because they should
hold their peace.
Because of, by reason of, on account of.
Matt. xx. 31.
Because of these things cometh the wrath of God upon
the children of disobedience.
Eph. v. 6.
Syn. -- Because, For, Since, As,
Inasmuch As. These particles are used, in certain connections, to
assign the reason of a thing, or that "on account of" which it is or
takes place. Because (by cause) is the strongest and most emphatic;
as, I hid myself because I was afraid. For is not quite so
strong; as, in Shakespeare, "I hate him, for he is a Christian."
Since is less formal and more incidental than because; as, I
will do it since you request me. It more commonly begins a sentence;
as, Since your decision is made, I will say no more. As is
still more incidental than since, and points to some existing fact
by way of assigning a reason. Thus we say, as I knew him to be out
of town, I did not call. Inasmuch as seems to carry with it a kind
of qualification which does not belong to the rest. Thus, if we say,
I am ready to accept your proposal, inasmuch as I believe it is the
best you can offer, we mean, it is only with this understanding that we can
- Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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