Ok, I've come across a few expressions involving the word わけ （訳）such as わけではない, to indicate that something differs from a notion the listener may have; わけがない, to indicate that there is no sense in something, and just ending the sentence with わけだ to indicate a conclusion. I was wondering how many more of these わけ expressions there are, and what they are.
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In addition to what you've got listed there's also: