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conjunction as, as a result of, associated with, because of, by reason of, caused by, concerning, due to, for the sake of, in consideration of, in contemplation of, in favor of, in furtherance of, in pursuance of, in spite of, in support of, in the direction of, in the interest of, instead of, on account of, on behalf of, on the part of, to the extent of, toward, with a view to, with regard to, with respect to
See also: in furtherance, in lieu of
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What fun it was, especially going by the lions, fighting Apollyon, and passing through the valley where the hob-goblins were," said Jo.
I 'll never let you have anything to do with my fun again
I ain't going to be hustled round; so you 'd better let me alone, Fan," said Tom, drawing off with a threatening wag of the head, adding, in a different tone, "I only put the shells in for fun, Polly.
We've been at it some time now, and it's great fun.
It was a merry supper, and the two elder boys added much to the fun by tormenting the rest with dark hints of some interesting event which was about to occur.
There is much life and fun and jollity and some vulgarity in Pickwick.
With the "rose-red" girl, Stella Maynard, and the "dream girl," Priscilla Grant, she soon became intimate, finding the latter pale spiritual-looking maiden to be full to the brim of mischief and pranks and fun, while the vivid, black-eyed Stella had a heartful of wistful dreams and fancies, as aerial and rainbow-like as Anne's own.
and it wouldn't be any fun if we weren't all in it.
Why, you stupid rascal, it is more fun this way," returned the King, "and it serves to keep me amused for a long time.
It's much more fun, I think, to chase after butterflies, climb trees, and steal birds' nests.
It'll be more fun here now, with that kid 'round, than movin'-picture shows, every day
Ain't had so much fun since my old woman broke her leg