English words and Examples of Usage

use "sensible" in a sentence

“Any sensible person is only really interested in the final score.”

And that just isn’t a sensible way of going about taxing the economy.

Suddenly, English football seems like it's actually in sensible hands.

UKIP leader Nigel Farage said the plans were "sensible and reasonable".

It is very, very sensible to have different pay rates across London, he said.

Suddenly, applications that seemed frivolous at $1,000 or $100 look sensible.

Yet sensible Americans would do well to appreciate the uncertainties involved.

That’s more or less where “sensible” decisions about this Oscar Wilde adaptation end.

From the Times article, we glean that Rubio has not always been sensible about money.

Anthony Edwards plays Arkady, Natalya's sensible older husband, with credible decency.

In fact, Romney made the only sensible decision, for both himself and his party.

Council chiefs introduced their Safe and Sensible lighting initiative in April last year.

He said Sensible B.C. has a reach of about 30,000 people through its phone and email lists.

They are "not badly paid", it adds, and the government's reasoning is "perfectly sensible".

She worried that she had two selves, one “empathetic, charming, sensible” and the other cruel.

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