|Origin:||Latin sensibilis, from sensus; SENSE1|
sen‧si‧ble S3 W3
reasonable, practical, and showing good judgment: ! A sensible person is reasonable and shows good judgement. A sensitive person is easily upset, or understands other people's feelings when they are upset.
She seems very sensible.
It's sensible to keep a note of your passport number.
Moving house seemed like the sensible thing to do.
suitable for a particular purpose, and practical rather than fashionable:
Eat a sensible diet and exercise daily.
an old woman in sensible shoes and a neat skirt
a sensible increase in temperature
to know or realize that something exists or is true:
He was very sensible of the difficult situation she was in.