Reasonably - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈriːznəbli|  American pronunciation of the word reasonably
Brit.  |ˈriːznəbli|  British pronunciation of the word reasonably
- to certain extent or degree (syn: fairly, jolly, middling, moderately, passably, pretty, somewhat)
the shoes are priced reasonably
- with good sense or in a reasonable or intelligent manner (syn: sanely, sensibly)
acted quite reasonably


We have reasonable cause not to believe him.

She offered a reasonable compromise.

It's not reasonable to expect perfect weather.

Please be more reasonable. There is no way I'll be able to finish all this work in so little time.

A reasonable man would not expect such a thing.

Our boss has reasonable expectations of his employees.

The team has a reasonable chance of winning.

He makes a reasonable amount of money.

The store's prices are reasonable.

The hotel offers excellent accommodations at reasonable rates.

The car is in reasonably good condition.

He's doing reasonably well at school.

He can't reasonably be expected to have known that.

Despite her anger, she had behaved very reasonably.

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