sound sense

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It excited fresh pity in those who had heard him to see a man of apparently sound sense, and with rational views on every subject he discussed, so hopelessly wanting in all, when his wretched unlucky chivalry was in question.
You see, a man of sound sense ought not to spend his life jumping from a steamer upon a railway train, and from a railway train upon a steamer again, pretending to make the tour of the world in eighty days
The same sound sense appeared in the transactions of his private life.
Krempe a great deal of sound sense and real information, combined, it is true, with a repulsive physiognomy and manners, but not on that account the less valuable.
Planchet was in truth no vulgar companion in these new adventures; he was a man of uncommonly sound sense.
Sometimes, sound sense makes a hopeful woman of me.
Monseigneur," he resumed, after a moment's reflection, "I admire the firm, sound sense which dictates your words; I am happy to have discovered my monarch's mind.
Let us hope that council leader Sir Albert Bore and his sidekicks are busy drawing up detailed plans to persuade the decision-makers that a move to Birmingham makes sound sense, identifying buildings that could be used and selling the city's many strengths.
He stressed the need for inducting local professionals in the board to create a sound sense of ownership for the school and directed the district administration of Chitral to undertake all out efforts in consultation with the founder of the school, Major (R) G.
I do not think one could ask more of editors: there is maximum transparency; the whole thing is carried off very well; and there is a great deal of sound sense in the writing.
At the event, invited musicians and key partners were addressed by Kathryn Deane, director of Sound Sense, the national community music organisation.
A skeptical posture is fine and well, today we must, like Hume, fight passionately for sound sense and reason.