[ adjective ] showing reason or sound judgment
"a sensible choice" "a sensible person"
Used in print(The Christian Science Monitor,...)
About that same time John_Crosby 's TV series on the popular arts proved again that giving jazz ample breathing_space is one of the most sensible things a producer can do .(Clifford H. Pope, The Giant Snakes....)
The next level attempts to weigh varied evidence and come to a balanced , sensible conclusion ; field measurements by experienced explorers are not rejected , and even reports of a less scientific nature are duly evaluated .(Brand Blanshard, "The Emotive Theory," Robert...)
If goodness and badness lie_in attitudes only and hence are brought into being by them , those men who greeted death and misery with childishly merry laughter are taking the only sensible line .
[ adjective ] aware intuitively or intellectually of something sensed
"made sensible of his mistakes" "I am sensible that the mention of such a circumstance may appear trifling"- Henry Hallam "sensible that a good deal more is still to be done"- Edmund Burke
[ adjective ] readily perceived by the senses
"the sensible universe" "a sensible odor"