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sensible
Definition:
marked by the exercise of good judgment or common sense in practical matters; " judicious use of one's money"; " a sensible manager"; " a wise decision"

Synonyms:

adjective
advisable
more suitable, most desirable, more fitting, Recommendable, tactical.
all
sensible, sensitive.
aware
wised up, know what's what, on to, know the score, latched on, tuned in, GOGO, in the know, go-go, plugged in, in the picture, up on, knowhow, cognizant, wise to, on the beam.
calm
level-headed.
cautious
discreet.
clearheaded
unconfused.
composed
keeping a stiff upper lip, Soothed, at ease, cool as cucumber, not turn a hair, keeping one's shirt on, sure of oneself, Disimpassioned, have one's act together.
conversant
hep, well-informed, Hepper, kept posted.
corporal
fleshly, anatomical.
goodly
goodly.
impressionable
suggestible, ingenuous, waxlike, influenceable, wax-like, sensile.
knowing
tuned-in, with-it, Sophic.
levelheaded
all there, levelheaded, coolheaded, in one's right mind, with all marbles.
material
nonspiritual, non-spiritual.
ratiocinative
ratiocinative.
real
in the flesh.
realistic, reasonable
judicious, rational, discreet, informed, knowing, wise, well-reasoned, cognizant, au courant, witting, conversant, canny, well-thought-out, consequent, sentient, far-sighted, intelligent, astute, sober, having all one's marbles, sane, discriminating, prudent, down-to-earth, sage, shrewd, discerning, commonsensical, aware, matter-of-fact, practical, together, conscious, sagacious, logical, sound, all there, in right mind, attentive, cool.
reasonable
likely, cogent, feasible, thinking, plausible, within reason, inductive, intelligent, making sense, sound, unextreme, conceivable, wise, thought-out, standing to reason, thought out, unexcessive, deductive, rational, reasonable, logical.
reliable
trustworthy.
respectable
fairly good.
responsive
softhearted, reactive.
sagacious
Astucious, gnostic, sapient.
sane
oriented, normal, lucid, of sound mind, both oars in water, realistic, rational, well-balanced, Sober-minded, playing with full deck, having all marbles, sane, reasonable, balanced, down-to-earth.
savvy
streetwise.
self-conscious
self-aware.
sensitive
Susceptive.
solid
law-abiding.
sound
right-thinking, got it together.
substantial
for real, card-carrying, sure enough, twenty-four-carat.
susceptible
non-resistant, nonresistant, fall for, sitting duck, tumble for, be taken in, impressionable, out on limb, easily moved, wide open.
temperate
unimpassioned.
well-advised
well advised.
noun
perceivable
physical, appreciable, material, tangible, discernible.
sensible
intelligent, thoughtful, advisable, healthy, serious, reasonable, aware, logical, judicious, prudent, perceptible, sound, sensitive, wise, commonsensical, commonsense, well-founded, levelheaded, tenable, commonsensible.
verb
calm
composed.
Examples of usage:
  1. I set out to see if I'd ever see a woman do or say a sensible thing, an' I hain't won yet. – Dixie Hart by Will N. Harben
  2. You'll be sensible to stay at home and rest." – Loaded Dice by Ellery H. Clark
  3. " That's sensible," agreed Diana. – The Enchanted Canyon by Honoré Willsie Morrow
  4. The boy became silent, having no reply to so sensible a speech, and soon both were fully occupied in staring at the strange scenes spread out below them. – Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz by L. Frank Baum.
  5. She's one of these nice, sweet, sensible lookin' girls, almost vergin' on the old maid. – Shorty McCabe on the Job by Sewell Ford

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