from The Century Dictionary.
- Reasonable, as an agent or an act.
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- adjective archaic
- adjective Suitable for being
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You put your point very well and I'm able to partly agree with you; I guess mostly because you sound pretty rationable, intelligent and open-minded, unlike many critics I've encountered in last two days.
Instead, I pointed to the irony of Dawkins, who for years has presented himself as the spearhead of rationalism, but is unable to accept a view he thinks is rationable.
I’m here to have a reasonable, rationable debate, and if I say something that offends your sensibilities, convince me that I’m wrong, using well attributed data, or ask yourself why you feel that offended at facts.