Bush finally accepted Scowcroft's position that he must leave Iraq united and reasonably strong to balance Iranian power.
Still, that gives an indication of what a newly minted MBA joining the firm might reasonably have expected to shoot for.
On balance, I believe our military options are reasonably appealing for the future.
An example from my own life: Not long ago, our CSA box yielded more sweet potatoes than any family could reasonably eat.
But what he did was reasonably brave and freighted with all the symbolism of which he was well aware.
Can we reasonably hope to win, or not to lose, with such a mentality at the head?
I am reasonably certain that I never shall have a letter to answer.
No more then, than some slight Indisposition can reasonably and naturally be made of this Woman's Distemper.
The fourth day was bright and clear, and the sea was reasonably calm.
On the whole, Deep Harbor was a reasonably moral place, in spite of much cocktail drinking and free and easy manners.
c.1300, "having sound judgment, sane, rational," from Old French raisonable, from Latin rationabilis, from ratio (see reason (n.)).
What the majority of people consider to be 'reasonable' is that about which there is agreement, if not among all, at least among a substantial number of people; 'reasonable' for most people, has nothing to do with reason, but with consensus. [Erich Fromm, "The Heart of Man," 1968]Meaning "moderate in price" is recorded from 1660s. Related: Reasonably.