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making sensible decisions and choices, especially the types of decisions and choices that you have to make every day
reasonable and practical
based on sensible practical reasons rather than emotions
connecting ideas or reasons in a sensible way
able to understand and accept things as they really are
for a good reason
reliable and sensible
sensible or reasonable, judging by what you already know
behaving in the sensible way that you would expect an adult to behave. This is usually used about children and young people
thinking about what you do in a calm way, and making sensible and intelligent decisions
to fall over forwards so that your face hits the ground or another surface
the sail behind the main sail on a ship
the activity of exploring abandoned buildings and other manmade structures
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