What is another word for forasmuch as?

Pronunciation: [fˈɔːɹɐzmˌʌt͡ʃ az] (IPA)

Forasmuch as is an archaic phrase that means "since" or "seeing that". There are many other phrases that can be used as synonyms to convey a similar meaning such as "because", "due to the fact that", "in light of the fact that", or "given that". These phrases are more commonly used in modern-day speech to express the same concept. Other synonyms for "forasmuch as" include "since", "as", "considering that", and "inasmuch as". When seeking to convey a formal tone, "forasmuch as" can still be used, but it is important to carefully consider the context to ensure that the language is appropriate for the situation.

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What are the hypernyms for Forasmuch as?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with Forasmuch as

  • No man pays double or twice for the same thing, forasmuch as nothing can be spent but once.
    William Petty
  • I believe in the communion of Saints. And, forasmuch as meat and drink are transmuted in us daily into spiritual substance, I believe in the Miracle of the Mass.
    Aleister Crowley
  • There is the name and the thing: the name is a voice which denotes and signifies the thing; the name is no part of the thing, nor of the substance; 'tis a foreign piece joined to the thing, and outside it. God, who is all fulness in Himself and the height of all perfection, cannot augment or add anything to Himself within; but His name may be augmented and increased by the blessing and praise we attribute to His exterior works: which praise, seeing we cannot incorporate it in Him, forasmuch as He can have no accession of good, we attribute to His name, which is the part out of Him that is nearest to us. Thus is it that to God alone glory and honour appertain; and there is nothing so remote from reason as that we should go in quest of it for ourselves; for, being indigent and necessitous within, our essence being imperfect, and having continual need of amelioration, 'tis to that we ought to employ all our endeavour.
    Michel de Montaigne

Related words: forasmuch as you, forasmuch as, so as you, forasmuch as him, forasmuch, so as

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