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He felt much relieved, and viewed the whole situation in a calmer and more reasonable light.

If Any Man SinH. A. Cody

Bath is very hot in the summer, but I do not mind that, and the hotel rates are more reasonable then.

ArundelEdward Frederic Benson

Lady Isabella, with the most judicious gentleness, endeavoured to render her more reasonable. '

CamillaFanny Burney

Have them ready, and then when the new force comes, see if the commander is not more reasonable than the officer who was here.

The Belgians to the FrontColonel James Fiske

Nothing could be more reasonable; and Amyas asked him to name his terms.

Westward Ho!Charles Kingsley

This explanation may be more reasonable, but we do not dare to pronounce on it.

InstigationsEzra Pound

Music makes people milder and gentler, more moral and more reasonable.

"Unless the Trade Unions are more reasonable," they will say.

It seems to me, however, that it would be more reasonable for you to call it anger or impatience.

Let our excited feelings have time to subside into a more reasonable frame ere we meet again, Eugene.

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