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rationally

[ rash-uh-nl-ee, rash-nl- ]
/ ˈræʃ ə nl i, ˈræʃ nl- /
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in a way that is agreeable to and supported by reason; sensibly or logically: It’s a bit difficult to explain rationally to your teenager why they are being subjected to a drug test at home.Right-brain thinking also includes intuition, which is not understood rationally but is nonetheless highly valued.
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