What Is Another Way to Say “Since”?

Looking for synonyms for since? We’ve got you covered!

Here’s a list of other ways to say since.

  • Because
  • As
  • Given that
  • Considering
  • Inasmuch as
  • Due to
  • Owing to
  • Following
  • After
  • From
  • On account of
  • By reason of
  • In view of
  • For the reason that
  • In that
  • Seeing that
  • Now that
  • Subsequent to
  • Based on
  • In light of

Want to learn how to say since professionally? Keep reading for examples and use cases.

1. Because

Appropriate use: Used to introduce a word or phrase that stands for a clause expressing an explanation or reason.
Example: “The conference was postponed because of the unforeseen weather conditions.”

2. As

Appropriate use: Used to indicate that something happens during the time when something else is taking place.
Example: “As the market is evolving, the company needs to adapt its strategies.”

3. Given that

Appropriate use: Used when considering something to be the reason or cause for something else.
Example: “Given that the budget has been cut, we need to prioritize our projects more carefully.”

4. Considering

Appropriate use: Taking something into account; in view of.
Example: “Considering the current economic climate, we must be cautious with our investments.”

5. Inasmuch as

Appropriate use: To the extent or degree that; insofar as.
Example: “The project was successful inasmuch as it achieved its objectives within the budget.”

6. Due to

Appropriate use: Caused by or ascribable to.
Example: “The delay in the project was due to a shortage of materials.”

7. Owing to

Appropriate use: As a result of or because of.
Example: “Owing to the rapid growth of the company, there’s a need to hire more staff.”

8. Following

Appropriate use: After or as a result of.
Example: “Following the merger, several departments were restructured.”

9. After

Appropriate use: In the time following (an event or another period of time).
Example: “After years of research, the team finally published their findings.”

10. From

Appropriate use: Indicating the point in time at which a particular process, event, or activity starts.
Example: “The policy will be effective from the first of next month.”

11. On account of

Appropriate use: Because of; due to.
Example: “The meeting was rescheduled on account of the CEO’s absence.”

12. By reason of

Appropriate use: Because of.
Example: “By reason of his extensive experience, he was chosen to lead the project.”

13. In view of

Appropriate use: Considering or bearing in mind.
Example: “In view of the recent developments, we need to revise our strategy.”

14. For the reason that

Appropriate use: Because.
Example: “The event was postponed for the reason that the key speakers were unavailable.”

15. In that

Appropriate use: Because; since.
Example: “The proposal is unique in that it addresses both short-term and long-term goals.”

16. Seeing that

Appropriate use: Since; because; considering that.
Example: “Seeing that the client has agreed, we can proceed with the plan.”

17. Now that

Appropriate use: Since a particular thing has happened.
Example: “Now that the contract is signed, we can begin the project.”

18. Subsequent to

Appropriate use: After a particular event or time.
Example: “Subsequent to the market analysis, changes were made to the product design.”

19. Based on

Appropriate use: On the grounds of; by means of.
Example: “The decision was made based on the survey results.”

20. In light of

Appropriate use: Considering; taking into account.
Example: “In light of recent incidents, new safety measures are being implemented.”

Linda Brown