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I'll come back when you're in a more reasonable mood.
Come on, be reasonable – I didn't mean to do it!
I'm sure there's a perfectly reasonable explanation for his absence.
It's reasonable to assume that these measures will prove successful.
They had reasonable grounds for taking action.
The prosecution must prove their case beyond reasonable doubt.
We still had a reasonable prospect of finding a job locally.
I think we have a reasonable working relationship.
The rise in population can be predicted with a reasonable degree of accuracy.
Tourists have a right to expect a reasonable standard of accommodation.
The hotel is situated within a reasonable distance of the beach.
Set the thermostat to a reasonable temperature.
Ed spoke with infuriating reasonableness.
This is the American English definition of reasonable. View British English definition of reasonable.
getting smaller, weaker, or less important