sensible

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Positive
sensible

Comparative
more sensible

Superlative
most sensible

  1. A sensible person thinks clearly and makes good decisions.
    She wasn't talking wildy or anything; she seemed like a nice sensible lady.
  2. A sensible plan, action, idea, etc. is a good one because it fits the situation well.
    Stopping to rest seemed like a very sensible idea, so we did.
    He wondered whether it was sensible to return to business in an area most people were leaving.

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