Definition of commonsensical in English:


Pronunciation /ˈˌkämənˈˌsensəkəl/ /ˈˌkɑmənˈˌsɛnsəkəl/

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See common sense

‘And we all ought to go about our business in a commonsensical, calm way, and not in any way be distracted by scare stories or horror stories or headlines.’
  • ‘These changes are practical and commonsensical and I hope they will prevent cases of serious error.’
  • ‘In general, the American public seems to apply a fairly reasonable, commonsensical standard of benefit and cost when evaluating foreign affairs.’
  • ‘Now she was perfectly sensible and commonsensical.’
  • ‘It is of course commonsensical to film all three at one go - gathering together the cast for separate shoots would be impractical.’