cause in a sentence

  • Maybe I could be a singer, cause I didn't really start singing until I was pretty old, 'cause I didn't have no apparent talent for it.
  • (Soundbite of song, "You're A Rich Girl") HALL & OATES (Musicians, Singer-songwriters): (Singing) ... never be strong cause, you're a rich girl, rich girl, and you've gone too far 'cause you know it don't matter anyway, rich girl.
  • I say that cause that's how I'm going to move on and keep going and 'cause in a lot of ways it is fine.
  • Maybe I'm nuts, maybe it's cause I'm an island boy through and through, or maybe the astrologists have something after all, and it's 'cause I'm a water sign, but whatever it is, days like this feel a lot more like vacation than the sunny ones for me.
  • Stopped reading at that point – ‘cause if WAG can’t get it by now God help Wales 'cause WAG is not helping.
  • Why'd you gots to cause wank just 'cause there isn't any, huh?
  • Although Aristotle is careful to distinguish four different kinds of cause (or four different senses of ˜cause™), it is important to note that he claims that one and the same thing can be a cause in more than one sense.
  • I figured it's cause they forgot to eat and because they're keyed up and nervous -- not necessarily 'cause they're thinking.
  • Did Simon actually make a "we have a right 'cause we're right" argument, much less a "'cause-we-can" definition of power argument?
  • So, yeah, penalties can be engaging things, but that sounds to me like a slippery-slope: Too many of those won't cause me to bond with the community, 'cause I won't even be playing that game.
  • Person one "why did you do that?" Person two "just cause

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    • The producer of an impact, result, or outcome.
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