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rational
Definition:
having its source in or being guided by the intellect ( distinguished from experience or emotion); " a rational analysis"

Synonyms:

adjective
all
rational.
believable
impressive, credible, supposable.
calculational
algebraic, algorithmic, approximate, arithmetic, computational, geometric, judgmental, mathematical, methodical, numerical, proportional, statistical, suppositional, Systematical, calculational, valuational.
calm
level-headed.
commonsensical
commonsensible.
compos mentis
mentally sound.
intellectual
brainy, cerebral, egghead, intellectual, intelligent, psychological, reasoning, thinking, understanding, highbrowed, phrenic, Intellective.
intelligent
well-informed, more intelligent, all there.
levelheaded
levelheaded, with all marbles, coolheaded, in one's right mind, cool as cucumber.
persuasive
convincing.
pert
rational.
philosophical
stoic.
ratiocinative
ratiocinative.
realistic; of sound mind
analytical, balanced, calm, cerebral, circumspect, cognitive, collected, cool, deductive, deliberate, discerning, discriminating, enlightened, impartial, intellectual, intelligent, judicious, knowing, levelheaded, logical, lucid, normal, objective, perspicacious, philosophic, prudent, ratiocinative, reasonable, reasoning, reflective, sagacious, sane, sensible, sober, sound, stable, synthetic, thinking, thoughtful, together, well-advised, wise, far-sighted, all there.
reasonable
cogent, conceivable, deductive, feasible, inductive, likely, logical, plausible, sound, wise, thought-out, cognitive, intelligent, reasonable, sensible, tenable, thinking, within reason, making sense, clear cut, standing to reason, thought out, unexcessive, unextreme.
reflective
philosophical.
regular
in order.
ruminative
ruminative, in brown study, in a brown study.
sagacious
Astucious.
sane
balanced, down-to-earth, lucid, normal, oriented, realistic, reasonable, right, sane, sensible, well-balanced, Sober-minded, clearheaded, of sound mind, responsible, both oars in water, having all marbles, playing with full deck, compos mentis.
sober
forgoing, disciplined, unexcited, unimpassioned, Clear-headed, low key.
sound
well-founded, right-thinking, got it together.
tenable
arguable, Vindicable, Warrantable, condonable.
thinking
introspective.
adverb
a priori
deductive, based on theory.
noun
quantity
rational, rational number.
rational
coherent, demythologised, demythologized, intellectual, intelligent, logical, lucid, mental, noetic, reasonable, reasoning, sane, thinking.
verb
deranged
insane.
Examples of usage:
  1. He was quite rational; in fact, he thought he would get out of bed. – Love Stories by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  2. Could a man be justified in marrying for money, or have rational ground for expecting that he might make himself happy by doing so? – The Eustace Diamonds by Anthony Trollope
  3. With rational beings, nature and reason are the same thing. – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
  4. It is a very rational mind that can get comfort out of a thought like that. – The Book of This and That by Robert Lynd
  5. But the failure of physical force to suppress the spiritual evil of immorality by no means indicates that a like failure would attend the more rational tactics of opposing a spiritual force by spiritual force. – The Task of Social Hygiene by Havelock Ellis

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