sound reasoning

sound reasoning

noun accurate assessment, cooent reasoning, compelling reasoning, convincing logic, correct assessment, effective analysis, forceful reasoning, incontrovertible logic, irrefutable conclusions, judicious analysis, justified analysis, legitimate analysis, methodical analysis, persuasive reasoning, plausible reasoning, potent logic, powerful conclusions, proven reasoning, reasonable analysis, solid reasoning, sound rationale, strong reasoning, unchallengeable reasoning, undisputable reasoning, unimmeachable reasoning, well-founded logic, well-grounded logic, well-reasoned opinion
Associated concepts: judicial opinions
See also: discretion, discrimination
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Cardenio's words completed the astonishment of Dorothea, and not knowing how to return thanks for such an offer, she attempted to kiss his feet; but Cardenio would not permit it, and the licentiate replied for both, commended the sound reasoning of Cardenio, and lastly, begged, advised, and urged them to come with him to his village, where they might furnish themselves with what they needed, and take measures to discover Don Fernando, or restore Dorothea to her parents, or do what seemed to them most advisable.
Really, madame, this is a scruple which naturally must occur to a pure mind like yours, but which would easily yield before sound reasoning.
It could be politically motivated by the Government or it could be a revised philosophy by the civil servants in the Department of Health based upon sound reasoning.
I had no idea I/we lacked sound reasoning and understanding of this law ("Obamacare fosters split personality,'' Telegram & Gazette, April 4).
The writings of our founders support the gun rights interpretation of the Second Amendment, and most of the social science research along with sound reasoning actually support the position of the gun lobby.
Answers will vary but should be supported by sound reasoning.
I would urge local residents to get in touch with us to join the campaign to reverse a decision which clearly has no sound reasoning behind it.
Intuition and sound reasoning will not always yield the expected results.
Linda Bloomfield's new business is built on sound reasoning.
However, by definition, a paradox is based on some sound or apparently sound reasoning.
Sound Reasoning offers 10 learning modules on topics such as "Musical Emphasis" and "What Music is Trying to Express," and they're accompanied by audible examples, such as excerpts from works as diverse as Bach's "Brandenburg Concerto No.
He said: "Under the development plan structure, landowners must show sound reasoning for registering their land, and that's why they are coming to us for help.