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- noun 1
- noun 2
- (UK) enPR: säkĕ, IPA (key): /sɑːkɛ/, SAMPA: /sA:kE/
- (US) enPR: säkē, IPA (key): /sɑːki/, SAMPA: /sA:ki/
- If something is for 's sake or for the sake of , it is to help or make happy.
- You are the reason I did it. I did it for your sake.
- I must pretend to be happy when I am not, for everyone's sake.
- The parents are staying together for the children's sake.
- You use for God's/Christ's/Heaven's/Pete's/pity's/fuck's sake when you feel strongly about something.
- "No, I will not." "For God's sake, why not?"
- If something is for 's sake or for the sake of , it is for that purpose.
- I carried my gun in the jungle for safety's sake.
- Let's say, for the sake of argument, that he comes out and says, "I love you." Then what?