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reasoned

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreasonedrea‧soned /ˈriːzənd/ adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 LOGICALbased on careful thought, and therefore sensible syn logical 🔊 reasoned argument
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reasoneda well-reasoned responseThe reader should be able to confirm the direction of the shifts either graphically or by reasoned argument.It was not worth presenting reasoned arguments to Mrs Harper.It became clear that calm, reasoned arguments were not working in this volatile situation.Here reasoned choice between lesser evils was the course which brought the least ill on humanity.We must have an informed and reasoned debate of the moral issues involved.They believe it will be weeks before any reasoned dialogue can return.Its value lies in the way it opens up the issue for reasoned discussion.On 13 May 1991 Barnett J. in a reasoned judgment refused relief.
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