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Origin of reasonable
Examples from the Web for reasonably
But what he did was reasonably brave and freighted with all the symbolism of which he was well aware.Steve Scalise and the Right’s Ridiculous Racial Blame Game|Michael Tomasky|January 2, 2015|DAILY BEAST
And largely considered to have been, to those who can still remember, a successful and reasonably popular one.
“There will be flashbacks to that day, but I think it will be a reasonably abstract performance,” Berger said.
Leo and Jorge might reasonably have assumed that the matter had been put to bed.
And from that moment on, Sabrina knew things were going to be reasonably all right.How A Muslim Dad Reacted To His Daughter Coming Out|Moral Courage|November 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We discovered, in fact, ten Robert Fletchers before we came to the man who may reasonably be supposed—— But you shall see.'Armorel of Lyonesse|Walter Besant
She told her guests unreservedly what all the dishes cost, to show them how reasonably people might live at Sainteville.Johnny Ludlow, Fifth Series|Mrs. Henry Wood
You might reasonably ask for a clearer impression of his home and a more definite account of his wife.On the Stairs|Henry B. Fuller
Credit if main thoughts of one of the selections are given in reasonably consecutive order.Condensed Guide for the Stanford Revision of the Binet-Simon Intelligence Tests|Lewis Madison Terman
Fuses in use in electrical circuits generally are composed of some alloy of lead, which melts at a reasonably low temperature.Cyclopedia of Telephony & Telegraphy Vol. 1|Kempster Miller
c.1300, "having sound judgment, sane, rational," from Old French raisonable, from Latin rationabilis, from ratio (see reason (n.)).
What the majority of people consider to be 'reasonable' is that about which there is agreement, if not among all, at least among a substantial number of people; 'reasonable' for most people, has nothing to do with reason, but with consensus. [Erich Fromm, "The Heart of Man," 1968]
Meaning "moderate in price" is recorded from 1660s. Related: Reasonably.
see beyond a (reasonable) doubt.