adjective, san·er, san·est.
Origin of sane
Examples from the Web for sanely
Then again, no one sanely doubts that it was the right decision.What Made the Beatles So Big? Diagnosing ‘Beatlemania’|John McMillian|October 31, 2013|DAILY BEAST
"To be anything but decently and sanely frank about," said Jane.Jane Journeys On|Ruth Comfort Mitchell
They were present to me now, but coolly and sanely in all their meagreness.Greenmantle|John Buchan
In justice to the girl graduate, it must be said that she takes herself simply and sanely.Americans and Others|Agnes Repplier
British Dictionary definitions for sanely
Word Origin for sane
Word Origin and History for sanely
1721, back-formation from sanity or else from Latin sanus "sound, healthy," in figurative or transferred use, "of sound mind, rational, sane," also, of style, "correct;" of uncertain origin. Used earlier, of the body, with the sense of "healthy" (1620s). Related: Sanely.