[ UK /sˈænɪti/ ]
[ US /ˈsænəti/ ]
  1. normal or sound powers of mind
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How To Use sanity In A Sentence

  • Olivia and Adam pray that she does not participate in it, fearing for her health and sanity.
  • Her office was an oasis of peace and sanity amid the surrounding chaos.
  • For the sake of sanity, radio shows and other broadcasts are lumped in with "bootlegs" -- the term bootleg is taken to be anything not released by the band on one of its official record companies. DISCOGRAPHY: Genesis, by Scott McMahan
  • At one time or another I also participated in extemporaneous speaking, poetry and prose reading, and in a particular lapse of sanity, number sense.
  • Phillips murdered his wife, but got off on a plea of insanity.
  • To see that sanity can for once prevail over the country's foremost fresh foods market should please all.
  • Patches of pale blue appeared fleetingly, punch holes of sanity beneath the roiling storm clouds. Mercy Kill
  • I come from a large family, too, so I know very well the insanity and craziness that goes on there.
  • Hallucigenia" hits a good cross section of themes and set pieces central to my work -- hard bitten protagonists, dark cults, insanity, gratuitous rumpy pumpy, esoteric lore, super science, monsters, and cosmic horror all tangled up in pulp-noir webbing. INTERVIEW: Laird Barron
  • On the other hand, maybe sanity is overrated, and a decent sabbatical from fiction is just what my brain needs to come up with loads of exciting new ideas.
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