why

[adv] - question word 2. [n] - the cause or intention underlying an action or situation esp in the phrase`the whys and wherefores`
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Why

• (adv.) 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. • (adv.) For which; on account of which; -- used relatively. • (adv.) For what cause, reason, or purpose; on what account; wherefore; -- used interrogatively. See the Note und...
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why

wherefore noun the cause or intention underlying an action or situation, especially in the phrase `the whys and wherefores`
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Why

[board game] Why is a board game from the late 1950s created by the Milton Bradley Company based on the television show Alfred Hitchcock Presents. The game is no longer produced. There are two different releases of the game: the original 1958 release and the 1967 release, differing only in the box art. Why can be played by two to four playe...
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Why

[Tony Sheridan song] `Why` is one of the early songs performed by The Beatles when they were backing Tony Sheridan as the Beat Brothers. In the UK, it is the B-side of the instrumental rock tune `Cry for a Shadow`. Originally intended to be the A-side, the record label Polydor chose not to release it (at that time). When the Beatles were ga...
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Why

Why adverb [ Middle English whi , why , Anglo-Saxon hwī , hw... , instrumental case of hwā , hwæt ; akin to Icelandic hvī why, Dan. & Swedish hvi ; confer Goth. hw... . .... See Who .] 1. For what...
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Why

Why noun A young heifer. [ Prov. Eng.] Grose.
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why

1. For what cause, reason, or purpose; on what account; wherefore; used interrogatively. See the Note under What, pron. 'Turn ye, turn ye from your evil ways; for why will ye die, O house of Israel?' (Ezek. Xxxiii. 11) ... 2. For which; on account of which; used relatively. 'No ground of enmity between us known Why he should mean me ill or seek to ...
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