View definitions for reasonably


adverb as in in a reasonable manner

adverb as in to a moderate degree

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There’s no need to stop during a 20-mile ride, but it’s also perfectly reasonable to sit down for a coffee at the turnaround point.

Only a reasonable tech assignment and a smooth growth of the backlink profile from 20-50 crowd links a month to 500-1000 crowd links a month.

Silver Lake was quite prescient, stepping in there at a very reasonable valuation.

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We found that at reasonable speeds the camper was fine, though it wiggled occasionally on the downhills.

That may seem like a reasonable amount of privacy protection, but in reality, many older adults either struggle with or tend to avoid technology.

But what he did was reasonably brave and freighted with all the symbolism of which he was well aware.

And largely considered to have been, to those who can still remember, a successful and reasonably popular one.

“There will be flashbacks to that day, but I think it will be a reasonably abstract performance,” Berger said.

Leo and Jorge might reasonably have assumed that the matter had been put to bed.

LAPD police chief Charlie Beck concluded Corrales and Diego had acted reasonably.

He must keep a reasonably careful lookout for other travelers in order to avoid collision; also for defects in the highway.

“Let us talk things over reasonably,” she urged, opening the parlour door.

The lease of a private residence is not a warranty that it is reasonably fit for occupancy.

The Commodore means to go thither himself on the business, and I have no doubt all will be well and reasonably settled.

The people for whom I worked seemed quite pleased with the way I did it, and paid me reasonably.


On this page you'll find 52 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reasonably, such as: fairly, honestly, intelligently, judiciously, justly, and logically.

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