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senseful

[ sens-fuhl ]
/ ˈsɛns fəl /
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adjective
full of reasonable sense; sound; judicious.
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Origin of senseful

First recorded in 1585–95; sense + -ful
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How to use senseful in a sentence

  • Would that this partizanship of literary workers for the senseful nature of dreams were only more unequivocal!

    Delusion and Dream|Wilhelm Jensen
  • It is, to be sure, not at all generally believed that the dreamer dreams something senseful and significant.

    Delusion and Dream|Wilhelm Jensen
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