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Indeed, it turns seemingly capable and sane public figures into raving lunatics, uninterested in solving real problems.

It’s only a slight exaggeration to say that the Selk’bag has kept me sane these past couple months, allowing me to attend outdoor social gatherings I would normally forego or leave early, shivering.

Stay safe and stay sane, and we’ll enjoy watching the rest of the election with you.

While Katie Miller has already had Covid-19, the news serves as a stark reminder of why, in a sane world, Pence’s repeated exposures to the virus would prompt him to quarantine.

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So save yourself those extra minutes of snack prep, with a few ESSENCE approved options that will help everyone stay happy, and have you stay sane at the same time.

But you wonder how even the sane keep from losing their minds when you step into a cell—or rather a cage—at Graterford.

Iconic looks include the metallic and asymmetrical bodysuits from the Aladdin Sane tour, the ice-blue suit from the Life on Mars?

And so, like any sane male, I let “it grow”, five days maybe six or seven.

But will marriage to this ‘nice guy’ and a new baby be enough to keep Charlene sane – or make her happy – in Monaco?

The mad tend to crave it, many of the sane crave it, but the wise worry about its long-term side effects.

Never then was there a moment in which there was greater need for sane and serious thought.

You'll be a heap more sane when you get that old, wild-west notion, that every man should be a law unto himself, out of your head.

In the last few weeks his sane and normal self seemed to have shrunk within him.

No sane man but could see that, under the circumstances, such a move was quite out of the question.

The book seems destined to live longer than any written by the author to date, because it is so sane and so fundamentally true.


On this page you'll find 79 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sane, such as: balanced, fair-minded, healthy, intelligent, levelheaded, and logical.

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