well-reasoned

well-reasoned

adj (well reasoned when postpositive)
logically argued with skill or care
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Give us a good and well-reasoned argument, and you can win us over.
As June Sarpong writes in her excellently concise and well-reasoned introduction, you don't have to be Black and American for these stories to resonate.
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ISS' analytical framework requires dissidents seeking board control to present a well-reasoned and detailed business plan.
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I WAS impressed by the balanced, well-reasoned leader in Saturday's Journal analysing the problem of anti-Semitism in the Labour party.
Yet I deeply lament that, in my view, he lacked the foresight of the late, great NCR writer Robert McClory, whose humane, well-reasoned book on the birth control controversy (Turning Point) might have--if more widely known and heeded--prevented such tragedies as the aforementioned suicide.
I appreciated his logical and well-reasoned thinking in our discussions of my "splitting hairs" questions.
Now that we all have #280Characters, we expect your Twitter complaints about specific calls against your favorite teams to be calm, well-reasoned, and full of complete sentences.
This comes from a historian who uses official hearings, media investigations, memoirs of those on all sides of the conflicts, and social, historical, and military accounts to provide a well-reasoned examination of these preventable, regrettable actions.
What a strong, well-reasoned piece ["The State of the Play," Oct.