commonsenseSEE DEFINITION OF commonsense
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMONSENSE
It was three in the afternoon when Philip left the realms of commonsense.
But I want to warn you again, Jonathan, that you must use your own commonsense.
“And we will ask them why they never use their commonsense,” chirped Veronica.
On the other hand, it can be made a short and commonsense cut to the truth in many cases.
The problem is not one of religion, but of commonsense in economics.
They balanced so perfectly that I had recourse to Commonsense, which told me to abstain.
Yet commonsense can never be sufficient to find the right motor will impulses.
What, in the name of commonsense, is your estimate of Mrs. Abbott's character?'
May there not be a commonsense, as well as an art, and a science, under the command of sophia?
As long as we have a spark of commonsense left, we are not really in love.