[ UK /sˈɛnsəbə‍lnəs/ ]
  1. the quality of showing good sense or practical judgment
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How To Use sensibleness In A Sentence

  • Neither were they thankful; not thankful for the favours in general they received from God (insensibleness of God's mercies is at the bottom of our sinful departures from him); not thankful in particular for the discoveries God was pleased to make of himself to them. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)
  • When the mind is sensible of the sweet beauty and amiableness of a thing, that implies a sensibleness of sweetness and delight in the presence of the idea of it; and this sensibleness of the amiableness or delightfulness of beauty, carries in the very nature of it, the sense of the heart; or an effect and impression the soul is the subject of, as a substance possessed of taste, inclination and will. (p. 272) Warranted Christian Belief
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