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reasonable

rea·son·a·ble

reasonable

 
pronunciation:
ri z n bl
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: in accordance with clear thinking and good judgment.
synonyms:
judicious, logical, rational, sensible, sound, well-founded
antonyms:
absurd, irrational, unreasonable
similar words:
astute, down-to-earth, intelligent, just, justifiable, legitimate, levelheaded, practical, prudent, sagacious, sage, sane, shrewd, tenable, thoughtful, well-advised, well-grounded, wise
definition 2: within the limits of reason; not excessive.
synonyms:
moderate, within reason
antonyms:
exorbitant, extravagant, unconscionable, unreasonable
similar words:
appropriate, conservative, down-to-earth, fitting, logical, modest, proper, sane, suitable
definition 3: capable of sensible behavior or of making sound decisions.
synonyms:
sensible
antonyms:
irrational, unreasonable
similar words:
down-to-earth, intelligent, logical, prudent, rational, sage, sane, sound, thinking, wise
definition 4: moderate in cost.
antonyms:
extravagant, steep, unreasonable
similar words:
cheap, economical, inexpensive, low-cost, low-priced, moderate
derivations: reasonably (adv.), reasonableness (n.)
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