The prices are reasonable at the coffee shop down the street from Amanda.
- An idea that makes sense to carry out is an example of a reasonable idea.
- A low priced and inexpensive item is an example of an item that would be described as an item with a reasonable price.
- able to reason
- amenable to reason; just
- using or showing reason, or sound judgment; sensible
- not extreme, immoderate, or excessive
- not expensive
Origin of reasonableMiddle English raisonable from Old French from Classical Latin rationabilis
- Capable of reasoning; rational: a reasonable person.
- Governed by or being in accordance with reason or sound thinking: a reasonable solution to the problem.
- Being within the bounds of common sense: arrive home at a reasonable hour.
- Not excessive or extreme; fair: reasonable prices.
- rea′son·a·bil′i·ty rea′son·a·ble·ness
(comparative more reasonable, superlative most reasonable)
- Having the faculty of reason; endued with reason; rational.
- a reasonable being
- Just; fair; agreeable to reason.
- Not excessive or immoderate; within due limits; proper.
- a reasonable demand, amount, or price
- Not expensive; fairly priced.
- $20 a bottle is very reasonable for a good wine at a restaurant.
Old French resnable, from Late Latin rationabilis, more at reason, -able.
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