Norma Moschetto
Norma Moschetto voted up Linilla Schmidt's answer


Not sensible


Sensible can be used interchangeably with reasonable, in today's English, though initially sensible meant having feelings, such as empathy, compassion, decency. However, it can mean both things. For example, Jane Austen's novel Sense and Sensibility was a lovely antithesis, sense being intelligence, and sensibility being feelings, i.e., it's all about the struggle between the … Read more