Children's, Intermediate and Advanced Online English Dictionary & Thesaurus

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common sense ordinary good judgment in everyday matters. Common sense is learned through experience and not through education.
horse sense (informal) practical wisdom or thinking; common sense.
make sense to show or be supported by reason and clear thinking.
sense organ a part of the body that takes in information and sends it to the brain. The eyes and the taste buds are sense organs.
sense perception perception by bodily senses, such as sight and hearing, rather than by the intellect alone.
sixth sense the ability to perceive independently of the five senses; intuition.