reasonably good

See: fair
References in classic literature ?
Miss Wren had a reasonably good eye for smiles, being well accustomed to them on the part of her young friends, though their smiles mostly ran smaller than in nature.
Wilson said to himself, "Anybody with a reasonably good head would have thought of it.
In 2011 inspectors found it to be a safe and decent prison that provided reasonably good work, training and education and some solid resettlement support.
Conditions were reasonably good for the runners, with patchy rain and mild temperatures.
But Sheffield Wednesday are in reasonably good form.
Mike said: "Sonnie's a natural and he's gone from reasonably good to a real contender in six weeks.
The General Workmanship And Finish Shall Be Reasonably Good.
Joe Jones It's better than being built on green barrier land and will have reasonably good public transport links.
Three Phantoms is hailed as an evening of musical theatre meets the Rat Pack, which should provide you with a reasonably good idea of what's in store.
March's trade data provides a further piece of reasonably good economic news," said economist Martin Beck at research group Capital Economics.
All in all, this book is a reasonably good reference text for established practitioners and departments of pain medicine; however I would not recommend it as a textbook for trainees.
I think so far we have done a reasonably good job in continuing to work at an incremental pace within that agenda.