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Adjective
/ˈrēz(ə)nəbəl/,
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(of a person) Having sound judgment; fair and sensible,
  1. (of a person) Having sound judgment; fair and sensible
    • - no reasonable person could have objected
  2. Based on good sense
    • - it seems a reasonable enough request
    • - the guilt of a person on trial must be proved beyond reasonable doubt
  3. (of a person or animal) Able to think, understand, or form judgments by a logical process
    • - man is by nature reasonable
  4. As much as is appropriate or fair; moderate
    • - a police officer may use reasonable force to gain entry
  5. Fairly good; average
    • - the carpet is in reasonable condition
  6. (of a price or product) Not too expensive
    • - a restaurant serving excellent food at reasonable prices
    • - they are lovely shoes and very reasonable

  1. showing reason or sound judgment; "a sensible choice"; "a sensible person"
  2. fair: not excessive or extreme; "a fairish income"; "reasonable prices"
  3. marked by sound judgment; "sane nuclear policy"
  4. (reasonableness) rationality: the state of having good sense and sound judgment; "his rationality may have been impaired"; "he had to rely less on reason than on rousing their emotions"
  5. (reasonableness) goodness of reason and judgment; "the judiciary is built on the reasonableness of judges"
  6. (reasonableness) moderation in expectations; "without greater reasonableness by both parties we will never settle this matter!"
  7. Reason is a mental faculty found in humans, that is able to generate conclusions from assumptions or premises. In other words, it is amongst other things the means by which rational beings propose specific reasons, or explanations of cause and effect. ...
  8. Reasonability is a legal term. The scale of reasonability represents a quintessential element of modern judicial systems and particularly important in the context of international disputes and conflicts of laws issues. ...
  9. Just; fair; agreeable to reason; Not expensive; fairly priced; Satisfactory
  10. (Reasonableness) By using this website, you agree that the exclusions and limitations of liability set out in this website disclaimer are reasonable. If you do not think they are reasonable, you must not use this website.
  11. (Reasonableness) A judgment about an answer based on the learner asking: “Keeping in mind everything I know about the problem, does the answer make sense?”
  12. (Reasonableness) "Under ICC and common law, the requirement that a rate not be higher than is necessary to reimburse the carrier for the actual cost of transporting the traffic and allow a fair profit."
  13. (Reasonableness) A test to determine if data is reasonable, for example, radar altitude must be positive, and two devices should return similar data within known limits of each other
  14. (Reasonableness) It is unreasonable to act in a way that is not guided by the appropriate reasons. The public authorities to which a decision-making responsibility was assigned are often better able to assess those reasons than the judges (who are responsible for the rule of law, but not for ...
  15. (Reasonableness) Reasonable Price - (1) commercial decision reached jointly between a buyer and seller, reflecting a judgment influenced by the economic realities of the marketplace and the relative bargaining powers of the parties. ...
  16. (Reasonableness) The justification that a particular solution to a problem is within logical estimates.
  17. (The Reasonables) If  you intend to be seen and treated differently, you must both declare and demonstrate that you are different.
  18. (The Reasonables) is a label we've coined to describe ourselves because we tend to think outside the box.^°    We combine reason and emotion.   We combine head and heart.   We don't fit exclusively under any traditional label,  such as liberal or conservative.
  19. Would a prudent person pay this amount for this item or "If it were published on the front page of the Wisconsin State Journal, would that be okay with you"? For further information see OMB Circular A-21.
  20. (adj.) a parallel model is said to be reasonable if the number of processors each processor can communicate with directly is bounded by a constant.
  21. or reasonably when used in relation to conduct by a practitioner means the conduct of a reasonably prudent and competent practitioner.
  22. means the standard cost of a treatment and/or services within the same country or geographical region and will be based on our experience and knowledge. ...
  23. means, for medical or dental expenses, the standard level of care given in the country you are in OR, for other expenses, the standard level you have booked for the rest of your journey or, as determined by us.
  24. in law there is no exact definition. It can mean anything which is fair, moderate or rational. For example, did the 'widget' company act reasonably when they made a share offer?
  25. means a level that an ordinary person would be expected to have, e.g. “reasonable care” means the level of care expected from a reasonable person