Definition of Reasonable
(of a person) having sound judgment; fair and sensible.
The coverage cast Mankiw as a reasonable critic and a moderate.
as much as is appropriate or fair; moderate.
The highest burden of proof is enshrined within criminal proceedings and is based upon ‘beyond reasonable doubt’.
Example of Reasonable
A family on a one hundred acre farm should be able to earn a reasonable family income from activities on the property.
A government agency is starting to sound reasonable .
A scheme member can expect the trustee to respect these wishes, particularly if they are reasonable and appropriate, and if they were updated after the marriage.
Bravery also requires recognizing when standing up to these threats is reasonable and appropriate, and it requires acting on one's recognition.
Classed as moderate requiring a reasonable level of fitness, it covers 53 km and is available from October this year to April.
Consumers are prepared to pay a reasonable price for food products, provided these are safe and produced to a high standard.
Even that is limited by what is reasonable and appropriate.
He said he was saddened that instead of supporting farmers by buying their produce at a reasonable price, some traders and millers had decided to exploit them.
He says that because of the Aristotelian sense, he thinks he is "a reasonable animal".
He voted very conservatively, but he appeared to be a moderate, reasonable person because he was candid with the press and open.