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    sencefully

    Hi all!

    This sentence is probably wrong:

    I have to act sensefully.

    What to say instead?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: sencefully

    Do you mean "sensibly"?

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    Re: sencefully

    Oh, I have found the right adverb.

    I have to act reasonably.

    Sensefully doesn't exist

    Thanks

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    #4

    Re: sencefully

    Quote Originally Posted by virus99 View Post
    Oh, I have found the right adverb.

    I have to act reasonably.

    Sensefully doesn't exist

    Thanks
    No, sensefully doesn't exist. Reasonably and sensibly are very similar but not identical. However, if you've found that reasonably fits your context perfectly, then great!

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