commonsense


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Adj.1.commonsense - exhibiting native good judgment; "arrive home at a reasonable hour"; "commonsense scholarship on the foibles of a genius"; "unlearned and commonsensical countryfolk were capable of solving problems that beset the more sophisticated"
reasonable, sensible - showing reason or sound judgment; "a sensible choice"; "a sensible person"
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commonsense

[ˈkɒmənˌsens] ADJracional, lógico
the commonsense thing to do islo lógico es ...
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Endowed with commonsense, as massive and hard as blocks of granite, fastened together by stern rigidity of purpose, as with iron clamps, he followed out his original design, probably without so much as imagining an objection to it.
Here some light-minded person may exclaim against the truth of this statement; they will say that there is not in all France a girl so silly as to be ignorant of the art of angling for men; that Mademoiselle Cormon is one of those monstrous exceptions which commonsense should prevent a writer from using as a type; that the most virtuous and also the silliest girl who desires to catch her fish knows well how to bait the hook.
After wearing and wasting her palpitating heart with every engine of regret that lonely inexperience could devise, commonsense had illuminated her.
Of course, such tiny heads could not contain any great amount of brains, and the Whimsies were so ashamed of their personal appearance and lack of commonsense that they wore big heads made of pasteboard, which they fastened over their own little heads.
This commonsense, matter-of-fact view of the case cheered Anne a little.
Glenarm which the coarse commonsense of Bishopriggs had first suggested to her.
Quite consistent with this commonsense spirit, as the facts were then interpreted, was the allegiance which Restoration writers rendered to the literature of classical antiquity, an allegiance which has gained for this period and the following half-century, where the same attitude was still more strongly emphasized, the name 'pseudo-classical.
But before he had fairly stood upright, a commonsense reflection occurred to him and drove him back into despair.
In contrast, Commonsense Talent Management author Steven Hunt states up front that many of the principles for creating productive workforces have been known for a long time.
When he applies these tests to commonsense morality, he finds nothing of highest certainty.
Lidia's Commonsense Italian Cooking packs in over a hundred recipes that are simple dishes any cook can easily produce, adds full page color photos throughout, and provides such dishes as Eggplant and Rice Parmigiana, Meatball and Eggplant Tagliatelle, Tuna with a Mimosa Sauce, and much more.
But, as many burglars would no doubt tell you, some victims don't tend to use commonsense and maKe it all too easy for them by leaving doors UNLOCKED and windows ajar.