Definition of Commonsensical

1. Adjective. Exhibiting native good judgment. "Unlearned and commonsensical countryfolk were capable of solving problems that beset the more sophisticated"

Exact synonyms: Commonsense, Commonsensible
Similar to: Reasonable, Sensible
Derivative terms: Common Sense



Definition of Commonsensical

1. Adjective. Displaying common sense. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Commonsensical

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Commonsensical

commonizing
commonly
commonness
commonnesses
commonplace
commonplace book
commonplace books
commonplaced
commonplacely
commonplaceness
commonplaces
commonplacing
commons
commonsense
commonsensible
commonsensical (current term)
commonty
commonweal
commonweals
commonwealth
commonwealthman
commonwealthmen
commonwealths
commonwealthsman
commonwealthsmen
commorance
commorances
commorancies
commorancy
commorant

Literary usage of Commonsensical

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1. I Ching: Translation and Remarks: the Chameleon Book by Freeman Crouch (2005)
"It was a commonsensical book with the very commonsensical purpose of making determinations about things that were unfathomable. ..."

2. Developing and Maintaining a High-Quality Teacher Force: Hearing Before the edited by Howard P. McKeon (2001)
"The bad news is that states and policymakers have turned away from this commonsensical approach when trying to increase the pool of well-qualified teachers. ..."

3. Studies in Literature by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch (1918)
"If you know him well, he is not a mere "man-about-town" but so commonsensical at that as to seem a kind of glorified " man-in-the- street," with a touch of ..."

4. Technologies for Understanding and Preventing Substance Abuse and Addiction by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"While some of the findings reported here may appear to be commonsensical, they are presented because they have been addressed by researchers as part of a ..."

5. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"Ward's explanation covered actual usage perfectly, but it was probably too commonsensical—not sufficiently absolutist—to prevail. As far as we know, ..."

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