View definitions for sensibly


adverb as in cleverly

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adverb as in materially

adverb as in modestly

Weak match

adverb as in reasonably

adverb as in understandably

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adverb as in wisely

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Example Sentences

In the next decade or two, he says he’s sure that hyperloops will exist between city pairs that are sensible to connect.

This may not sound sensible, but they’re not looking for a long-term relationship — just genetic material that may make their chicks as sturdy and strong as possible.

So to extrapolate from how you masturbate and what you’re masturbating to, to having sex and who you’re having sex with, sort of makes sense even if it’s not sensible.

From Ozy

She has argued that wormholes need to be expressly forbidden if the integral is to give sensible results.

It is sensible to be able to protect the franchise by being able to compensate our employees in line with our performance.

From Fortune

Nothing will work sensibly, or fairly, until human responsibility is restored as the activating force for all public choices.

Finally we had about 10 or 12 guys in my room, we were talking sensibly.

When hardworking people with limited food have the chance, they sensibly sit or lie, which costs much less energy than standing.

The Queen, sensibly, spends all her holidays at Balmoral or Sandringham, where she can truly be assured of total privacy.

Naturally, Central States sensibly and responsibly put that money into the market, where it promptly lost half its value.

But there is a newness in every thing here, a want of interest on account of what has been, that is most sensibly felt.

He himself is sensibly worse since he exerted himself to attend to this painful business.

When Lucy Warrender first came into her eight hundred a year, Mr. Capt's income had very sensibly increased.

Like ants they kept going continually backwards and forwards, till the heaps of goods sensibly diminished.

In a few days his countenance became sensibly older-looking, and his hair more grey.


On this page you'll find 113 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sensibly, such as: intelligently, shrewdly, wittily, and astutely.

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