Definition of Senseful

1. a. Full of sense, meaning, or reason; reasonable; judicious.



Definition of Senseful

1. Adjective. Full of sense; meaningful; with reason; reasonable. ¹

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Definition of Senseful

1. sensible [adj] - See also: sensible

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Senseful

sense of identity
sense of movement
sense of purpose
sense of responsibility
sense of right and wrong
sense of shame
sense of smell
sense of taste
sense of the meeting
sense of touch
sense organ
sense organs
sense strand
sense strands
sensed
senseful (current term)
sensei
senseis
sensel
senseless
senselessly
senselessness
senselessnesses
sensels
sensemaking
sensery
senses
senses of humor
senses of humour
senshuraku

Literary usage of Senseful

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1. Recitation as a Factor in Memorizing by Arthur Irving Gates (1922)
"The findings of Chapter IV were to the effect that reading was much more productive when the material was senseful and connected than when senseless and ..."

2. Educational Problems by Granville Stanley Hall (1911)
"The reading of senseful extracts is for beginners about as slow as that ... For practiced readers senseless reading is only about half as fast as senseful. ..."

3. Educational Problems by Granville Stanley Hall (1911)
"The reading of senseful extracts is for beginners about as slow as that ... For practiced readers senseless reading is only about half as fast as senseful. ..."

4. Educational Problems by Granville Stanley Hall (1911)
"The reading of senseful extracts is for beginners about as slow as that ... For practiced readers senseless reading is only about half as fast as senseful. ..."

5. A new dictionary of the English language by Charles Richardson (1839)
"senseful,full of sense ; Sensi- -ALIST. lire, that can feel ; and Sea- -ALLY. ... Sensuous is used by Milton as equivalent to senseful, full of sense or ..."

6. The Interpretation of dreams by Sigmund Freud (1913)
"... and may have set fire to the corpse; he transforms this conclusion into a dream by investing it with a senseful situation enacted in the present tense. ..."

7. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1884)
"And thus the old man answered: "Climb your way; And if a senseful breeze should push you off, And break that raw and somewhat worthless neck, ..."

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