Her PAC calls it “commonsense Conservatives,” or “Patriots.”
Lankov and Delury make a commonsense point, but Jang, a defector to Seoul, maintains that Kim was removed from power last year.
Markup, Committee on Small Business, H.R.2751 — “commonsense Construction Contracting Act of 2013”
And so their vanity for him became a kind of mellow madness that separated them from a commonsense world.
They balanced so perfectly that I had recourse to commonsense, which told me to abstain.
As for his commonsense, was not her burning of the circular addressed to Mrs. Maldon a sufficient commentary on it?
Yet commonsense can never be sufficient to find the right motor will impulses.
Suffolk's commonsense spoke truth when he said they could not compel Francis to "gyf soo moche wyet howth (without) he lyst."
What, in the name of commonsense, is your estimate of Mrs. Abbott's character?'
Have faith in God, and to faith will come her proper consequent of commonsense.
14c., originally the power of uniting mentally the impressions conveyed by the five physical senses, thus "ordinary understanding, without which one is foolish or insane" (Latin sensus communis, Greek koine aisthesis); meaning "good sense" is from 1726. Also, as an adjective, commonsense.
(1776) A pamphlet written by Thomas Paine that called for the United States to declare independence from Britain immediately. Written in a brisk and pungent style, Common Sense had a tremendous impact and helped to persuade many Americans that they could successfully wage a war for their independence.