Definition of for some reason in English:

for some reason

Used to convey that one doesn’t know the reason for a particular state of affairs, often with the implication that one finds it strange or surprising: for some reason he likes you
More example sentences
  • I was not recognized for some reason or the other so that there was no way of stopping the bill.
  • She had two attempts on the left side, which for some reason never gets the same effect.
  • It's a much easier joke to hear from a female friend than a male friend, for some reason.
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