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- adv. In a sane manner, sensibly, logically, rationally.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a sane manner; as one in possession of a sound mind; naturally.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with good sense or in a reasonable or intelligent manner
- adv. in a sane or lucid manner
I think the only way to survive it sanely is to be put into some sort of medically-induced coma before, and only brought out of it when your house has been completely unpacked, decorated and lived in for 3 months or so.
He had got far enough away from that past to look at it sanely, that is to say gratefully.
Guess she knows her weaknesses … like, being able to communicate sanely
The problem is not just a refusal to address budgetting and taxing sanely, but also regulation that has allowed people to work to slowly vanish under debt, and people who rule to amass vast fortunes.
I congratulate us, the American people, every day for choosing sanely, historically, and clearly.
The mere utterance of it could damn any scheme, no matter how sanely conceived, of economic amelioration or regeneration.
The political parties need to act sanely if they want to be respected.
It began just being amusing, but at some point the sheer _constancy_ of the text, and the situation it described half-obliquely, half-metaphorically, just got to me and I ended up laughing breathlessly and perhaps not entirely sanely.
Worst line: The lack of a workaholic culture, with all of its inherent dis-ease, takes the peculiarly Ango-Saxon strain out of the workplace, and frees the French girl to have a more sanely irreverent relationship to her work life.
And for all of you who attended the Sanity Rally in Washington this week, please note that you can sound the battle cry serenely and sanely.