Thesaurus / commonsense
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I have perfect confidence in the commonsense and justice of Englishmen.
THE SIMPKINS PLOTGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM
She had arrived at her present conclusion by putting certain facts together in a practical and commonsense fashion.
She might still have had her way against him, as long as he continued to base his appeal on commonsense.
THE WHIRLIGIG OF TIMEWAYLAND WELLS WILLIAMS
It was three in the afternoon when Philip left the realms of commonsense.
If you wanted to speak to him you had to do it when he was with the group in its entirety—a commonsense enough policy.
TWELVE MENTHEODORE DREISER
A Commonsense Man is one who does nothing to make people think he is different from what he is.
And yet, it seems to me, the paradox only exists because we will not face facts in a commonsense manner.
THE KILLERSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
The nurse said she should be sorry to call anyone a liar, but that there was commonsense in everything.
John's commonsense can be trusted, once he examines for himself, and worthy Irishmen lie down in peace.
IRELAND AS IT ISROBERT JOHN BUCKLEY (AKA R.J.B.)
He had twice as much money as Hodges, four times his digestion and ten times his commonsense.
PETERF. HOPKINSON SMITH

WORDS RELATED TO COMMONSENSE

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.