I look to him to be well-reasoned and innovative in his approach; exactly what the emerging world needs.
Rather than well-reasoned policy addresses, she gives us breathless 'tweets.'
Now and then she put in a word of discriminating approval, now and then a word of well-reasoned dissent.
He is extremely liberal, but of a wise and well-reasoned liberality.
His pages on these subjects are vigorous, well-reasoned, and pointed in their satire.
It may, perhaps, need a little softening, but it is an accurate and well-reasoned memorial.
We must bear in mind the well-reasoned hostility of the Church to—or at least hesitation about—the revival of learning.
By the way, was there not some well-reasoned psychological explanation of this physical condition?
The thought begot a sense of caution, of reserve, of well-reasoned determination not to reveal his secret to anybody.
I do not have respect in the sense of believing that it is just, impartial, and well-reasoned out.'