An example of sensible is a level-headed person who makes good decisions.
An example of sensible is a good decision that is made.
A sensible difference in temperature.
A sensible thermometer.
Sensible of another's grief.
Origin of sensible
- Middle English from Old French from Latin sēnsibilis from sēnsus sense sense
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Latin sensibilis (“perceptible by the senses, having feeling, sensible"), from sentire (“to feel, perceive"), past participle sensus.