sensible[ sen-suh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF sensible
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SENSIBLE
Then we wonder that respect for the law shows a sensible decrease!
"My aunt will treat the affair like the sensible woman she is," replied the earl.
It is the sensible schemes, unfortunately, that are hopeless in England.
When a master does not consider what he is doing, a sensible servant should set him right.
All foreigners break their wives' hearts—Nelly's a sensible girl!
Everybody can't be as sensible and handsome as we are, you know.
A sane and sensible wave seemed to be sweeping the whole country.
How stolid they were and how matter of fact and how sensible.
Now, for the first time, I was sensible that I had been really hurt by the fall.
I'm as sensible as anybody, and I can't see any sense in our not marrying at once.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SENSIBLE
- all there
- both oars in water
- compos mentis
- having all marbles
- in one's right mind
- of sound mind
- playing with full deck