1 It's all right, dear, and a very pretty idea, quite sensible too, for no one can ever mistake now.
2 Being sensible girls, they decided to try her advice, and soon were surprised to see how well off they were.
3 She is not hurt, and won't even take cold, I think, you were so sensible in covering and getting her home quickly, replied her mother cheerfully.
4 Let's have a sensible game of Authors to refresh our minds, proposed Jo.
5 Laurie and his grandfather came over to see her off, and Mr. Brooke looked so strong and sensible and kind that the girls christened him 'Mr. Greatheart' on the spot.
6 Presently he sat down beside her, and said, in his most wheedlesome tone, "Now be a sensible little woman, and do as they say."
7 She eats and drinks and sleeps like a sensible creature, she looks straight in my face when I talk about that man, and only blushes a little bit when Teddy jokes about lovers.
8 If I had taken part in it I'd have done it better than this, and have written a sensible note.
9 Remember that, and be a sensible girl, said the old lady impressively.
10 I laughed at him, and said I didn't throw it, but Flo, which seemed to disgust him, for he tossed it out of the window, and turned sensible again.
11 It's really refreshing to see a sensible, straightforward girl, who can be jolly and kind without making a fool of herself.
12 "Now do be reasonable, and take a sensible view of the case," implored Jo, almost at her wit's end.
13 It's not half so sensible to leave legacies when one dies as it is to use the money wisely while alive, and enjoy making one's fellow creatures happy with it.
14 And I've succeeded beyond my hopes, for here you are, a steady, sensible businessman, doing heaps of good with your money, and laying up the blessings of the poor, instead of dollars.
15 You seem to be a sensible person, do then as I bid you; strip, leave your raft to drive before the wind, and swim to the Phaeacian coast where better luck awaits you.