all the more reason for
all the more reason for (doing something)
What has just been stated is an added reason or motivation to do something. If your crush likes basketball, that's all the more reason for coming with me to the game tonight! A: "I have always wanted to see Paris." B: "All the more reason for studying abroad next semester!"
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all the more reason for (doing something)and all the more reason to (do something)
with even better reason or cause for doing something. (Can be included in a number of grammatical constructions.) Bill: I don't do well in calculus because I don't like the stuff. Father: All the more reason for working harder at it. Bob: I'm tired of painting this fence. It's so old it's rotting! Sally: All the more reason to paint it.
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