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Synonyms for commonsensical

Synonyms for commonsensical

exhibiting native good judgment

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The book begins by asking why such apparently commonsensical reforms would meet resistance to implementation in an age of democracy and decentralization, when public sentiment often seems sympathetic toward indigenous rights.
Wudurite's design is rather commonsensical -- it looks like a cross between a chair and a lavatory.
Unimpeded by abstruse theories or stringently biographical apprehensions, this work is brilliantly direct and commonsensical.
208) makes the painstaking and innovative work of her study appear almost expected, commonsensical, and, above all, historically defensible.
As a child it was all quite commonsensical and matter-of-fact on one level, but it had a magical component too.
His practical prescriptions, the more positive for being unburdened by metaphysical perplexities, are, to be sure, both decent and commonsensical.
The statement said such a stance cannot be considered logical and commonsensical taking into account historical background of Turkish-EU relations, shared values, interests and goals.
So, I'm waiting for the backlash against Rewards4Racing, the brilliantly commonsensical scheme with the annoying number in the middle of it, designed to make the regular racegoer feel wanted and turn the frivolous, once-a-year, Jools Holland disciple into a loyal, reward-card-carrying devotee.
The result in Iowa is a state divided in a fair and commonsensical manner, with no districts stretched or pulled out of shape so as to favor Republicans or Democrats or discomfit individual incumbents or challengers.
Its five criteria for an ethical card program are straightforward and commonsensical.
DOES D Brown's letter, Commonsensical (Mailbag, December 13) support the driver who killed a man, ran away, put a false insurance claim and got away with it for three years before being caught?
In a manner typical of the writer at his best (and maybe this is what so gets up the nose of normal art history about him), his book has robbed me of the commonsensical ground on which and from which I thought I could see--could "place"--a major artist.
Is it too much to hope that the G-20 can achieve such a commonsensical compromise?
It offers a systematic approach and a commonsensical hierarchy.