from The Century Dictionary.
- Full of sense; hence, reasonable; judicious; sensible; appropriate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective rare Full of sense, meaning, or reason; reasonable; judicious.
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- adjective Full of
sense; meaningful; with reason; reasonable.
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It means, simply, that we can frame senseful propositions.
As Wittgenstein was later to realize, the case of intuitively senseful, yet vague sentences plausibly constitutes a counterexample (cf. PI Section 99).
"In the following pages," he begins, "I shall prove that there exists a psychological technique by which dreams may be interpreted and that upon the application of this method every dream will show itself to be a senseful psychological structure which may be introduced into an assignable place in the psychic activities of the waking state."
From the gleam of light falling into his eyes while asleep the father draws the solicitous conclusion that a candle has been upset and may have set fire to the corpse; he transforms this conclusion into a dream by investing it with a senseful situation enacted in the present tense.
The loose associative connection in the dream we have not only recognized, but we have placed under its control a far greater territory than could have been supposed; we have, however, found it merely the feigned substitute for another correct and senseful one.
Compare this sixth section with the manful, senseful, irrebuttable fourth section -- a folio volume in a single paragraph!
Finally, a senseful Republican that shows her support for our president, and doesn't bash social issues that should have no place in politics.
I think I'm bent on getting at least 300 quests done before the final thing, if there ever will be a senseful end to that tiring and honestly boring game.
But there’s the opposite, what I will unjudiciously call senseful violence.
In which case we would be unable to frame senseful propositions (i.e., to