Commonsensical (adjective)

  1. Having or showing good sense or practical judgment.
  2. Based on or in accordance with common sense; sensible.

Origin:

From the adjective common + -sense + -al.

Examples:

  1. It is commonsensical to assume that the earth is round.
  2. The solution to the problem is commonsensical and obvious.
  3. He gave a commonsensical explanation for the strange behavior of the animal.
  4. She has a commonsensical approach to life and is not easily swayed by emotions.
  5. He is known for his commonsensical attitude and ability to think critically.
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