Associations to the word «Occasion»
OCCASION, noun. A favorable opportunity; a convenient or timely chance. [from 14th c.]
OCCASION, noun. The time when something happens.
OCCASION, noun. An occurrence or state of affairs which causes some event or reaction; a motive or reason. [from 14th c.]
OCCASION, noun. Something which causes something else; a cause. [from 14th c.]
OCCASION, noun. (obsolete) An occurrence or incident. [14th-18th c.]
OCCASION, noun. A particular happening; an instance or time when something occurred. [from 15th c.]
OCCASION, noun. Need; requirement, necessity. [from 16th c.]
OCCASION, noun. A special event or function. [from 19th c.]
OCCASION, noun. A reason or excuse; a motive; a persuasion.
OCCASION, verb. (transitive) To give occasion to; to cause; to produce; to induce; as, to occasion anxiety.
OCCASION, noun. An event that occurs at a critical time; "at such junctures he always had an impulse to leave"; "it was needed only on special occasions".
OCCASION, noun. A vaguely specified social event; "the party was quite an affair"; "an occasion arranged to honor the president"; "a seemingly endless round of social functions".
OCCASION, noun. Reason; "there was no occasion for complaint".
OCCASION, noun. The time of a particular event; "on the occasion of his 60th birthday".
OCCASION, noun. An opportunity to do something; "there was never an occasion for her to demonstrate her skill".
OCCASION, verb. Give occasion to.
When you have spoken the word, it reigns over you. When it is unspoken you reign over it.