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good sense

noun as in horse sense

noun as in sound judgment

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Example Sentences

He was great, and had a really good sense of humor about it.

There are more rules on the list, but that gives a pretty good sense of their severity.

You seem to have a good sense of humor, as in the incident with the Gary Larson Far Side cartoon.

A good sense of humor and the ability to think on his feet will serve him well on his own show on MSNBC.

I think a good book where you get a good sense of who this character is, his relentlessness.

Yet in many cases their good sense fails to discover the right way.

His good sense showed him how large an element of injustice entered into these hostilities.

I will rhyme it as I run along, and when I hesitate and can not make good sense and a perfect rhyme, well go to sleep.

And so I learned much of the good sense and many of the economies in the life of this most celebrated model.

He was tempted to go back and send the ten dollars after the rest of the fifteen hundred, but good sense prevailed.


On this page you'll find 208 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to good sense, such as: acumen, insight, intelligence, judgment, logic, and practicality.

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