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Adjective: commonsense  ,kó-mun'sen(t)s
  1. Exhibiting native good judgment
    "commonsense scholarship on the foibles of a genius";
    - commonsensible, commonsensical
Noun: common sense  kó-mun sen(t)s
  1. Sound practical judgment
    "Common sense is not so common";
    - good sense, gumption [informal], horse sense [informal], sense, mother wit

See also: reasonable, sensible

Type of: discernment, judgement, judgment, sagaciousness, sagacity

Encyclopedia: Commonsense

Common sense