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Word of the day commonsensical

by Christine Lovatt

"Working with editors, we quickly organise commonsensical solutions to issues before a formal complaint is even necessary."

Commonsensical means exhibiting good judgment and balance. When I heard this word recently, I laughed out loud, thinking it was made up from commonsense and nonsensical but it's been a word for some time. I must get out more.

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The Latin 'bis' (twice) and French 'cuit' (baked) made BISCUITS because they were originally twice baked

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