English words and Examples of Usage

use "sense" in a sentence

For college coaches, there is no sense trying to save that talent.

Q: Does it still make sense for oil companies operating in Canada?

And more importantly, that there is a sense that we don't belong."

But others also note a sense of community building among evacuees.

As for the move into Solyndra's office, Mehta says it makes sense.

But I'm open-minded and have a deep sense of humility and passion.

Most importantly, there is a true sense of teamwork and community.

So in that sense, it appears this benchmark has its bases covered.

What I am claiming is that Syria as a nation makes the most sense.

It's no surprise there is a sense of different answers, says Marks.

From a purely practical standpoint, that makes no sense whatsoever.

It makes sense from a social responsibility standpoint," said Ross.

So it makes sense to use resources in the evolvable Mars campaign."

His daughter describes him as a quiet person with a sense of humor.

I had never before experienced a complete loss in my sense of time.

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