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Definition of "good sense" []

  • Common sense. (noun)

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Use "good sense" in a sentence
  • "And to Jonathan Westbrook, who had the good sense to dedicate the song, “Sweet Melissa,” to me whenever he performed it."
  • "Besides that, it made good sense for Grand-père Alphonse to take the lead."
  • "“Your excellencys good sense will render it unnecessary for me to dwell on this subject and your regard for the Public Interest, will I am confident interest you most deeply in facilitating a compliance.”"