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sensible /ˈsensəbəl, ˈsensɪbəl/ adjective


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sensible
[adjective]
Synonyms:
- wise, canny, down-to-earth, intelligent, judicious, practical, prudent, rational, realistic, sage, sane, shrewd, sound
- usually with of: aware, conscious, mindful, sensitive to
Antonyms: insensible, absurd, foolish
Contrasted words: immaterial, insubstantial, unreal, imperceptible, cloudy, unclear, anesthetic, insensate, insensitive, unreasonable, unsound, unwise, asinine, fatuous
Related Words: concrete, solid, imaginal, perceptual, sensational, weighable, evident, manifest, obvious, patent, sensitive, susceptible, noting, observing, perceiving, remarking, seeing, appreciating, comprehending, understanding, intelligent, knowing, sensemaking, rational, reasonable, down-to-earth, matter-of-fact

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

sensible S3 W3 /ˈsensəbəl, ˈsensɪbəl/ adjective
[Word Family: adjective: sensible, insensible, senseless, sensitiveinsensitive, sensory, nonsensical, insensate; noun: sensenonsense, sensibilityinsensibility, sensitivityinsensitivity, senselessness, sensitization, sensor; adverb: sensibly, senselessly, sensitivelyinsensitively; verb: sense, sensitize]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: Latin sensibilis, from sensus; sense1]

1. reasonable, practical, and showing good judgement:
She seems very sensible.
sensible advice
It’s sensible to keep a note of your passport number.
Moving house seemed like the sensible thing to do.
A sensible person is reasonable and shows good judgement. A sensitive person is easily upset, or understands other people’s feelings and problems.

2. suitable for a particular purpose, and practical rather than fashionable:
Eat a sensible diet and exercise daily.
an old woman in sensible shoes and a neat skirt

3. formal noticeable:
a sensible increase in temperature

4. be sensible of something literary to know or realize that something exists or is true Synonym : aware:
He was very sensible of the difficult situation she was in.
—sensibly adverb

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

sensible
adj.
VERBS appear, be, seem, sound This approach seems very sensible to me.
consider sb/sth, deem sth
ADV. eminently, extremely, really, very | perfectly In the state I was in, this seemed a perfectly sensible remark.
hardly Are you going out to search for it at this time of night? It seems hardly sensible.
fairly, pretty, quite, reasonably Ben's usually pretty sensible.
enough That advice sounds sensible enough.
apparently | clearly, obviously | politically, strategically

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

sensible
adjective
BAD: Children are very sensible; they all need love and attention.
GOOD: Children are very sensitive; they all need love and attention.

Usage Note:
Use sensible to describe someone who makes good decisions based on reason, and never behaves in a stupid or dangerous way: 'I'm glad to see that she was sensible enough to bring some warm clothes.' 'Be sensible - you can't wear high heels to a garden party.'
Use sensitive to describe someone who is easily upset or offended: 'He's very sensitive about his weight, so try not to mention it.' 'Don't be so sensitive - he was only joking.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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