Its sanities are stark madness to the matter-of-fact man of affairs.
Did not the decencies and the sanities of life depend on right moral conduct?
That must have been real dreaming, and yet now, with all my sanities and scepticisms, I could half believe it real.
What deeds might he not do with it in those hours when the sanities of life also sleep?
early 15c., "healthy condition," from Middle French sanité "health," from Latin sanitatem (nominative sanitas) "health, sanity," from sanus "healthy; sane" (see sane). Meaning "soundness of mind" first attested c.1600.
sanity san·i·ty (sān'ĭ-tē)
The quality or condition of being sane; soundness of mind.
Soundness of judgment or reason.