Having or exhibiting native good judgment: "commonsense scholarship on the foibles and oversights of a genius” ( Times Literary Supplement). (adjective)
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Use "commonsense" in a sentence
"LOTHIAN: So, in a little-noticed memo sent around last month, the Office of Management and Budget made what it calls commonsense changes to provide more accurate data."
"She was defending what she calls commonsense conservatism."
"CROWLEY: In five stops through southeastern Missouri, Talent mentioned same-sex marriage and abortion in most of them, reaching out to the base with what he calls commonsense Missouri values."