Synonyms for make sense
- get on
- be compatible
- be on same wavelength
- become clear
- come off
- feel a rapport
- go off well
- go over
- hit it off
- make a hit
- meet with approval
- pan out
- prove out
- take to each other
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAKE SENSE
I am afraid you will hardly be able to make sense of so torn a piece.
The words all seemed straight enough, if she could only make sense of them.
I can't say they threw a new light; for nobody can make sense of them.
Shann's wits quickened as he tried to make sense of what he could remember.
It's a matter of translating them into constants that make sense.
He'd gone back to sleep while he tried to make sense of things.
Except, of course, a way to make sense out of the whole thing.
But even supposing this was true, it all still failed to make sense.
That was apparent; nor could he make sense out of any combination of letters.
"It don't seem to make sense though, Eliza," objected cook doubtfully.