What Is the Meaning of Rhyme or Reason?

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The phrase 'rhyme or reason' is talking about the cause or pattern that something has happened. To a certain extent, it is an idiom, which means it should not be taken literally, because it will not actually rhyme. Most often someone says that there is no rhyme or reason, so this would mean that an action appears to be senseless, random or not understandable.
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