|ability to think clearly, cause that explains something, basis for action; intelligence, sense, intellect as basis for knowledge, justification, motive, power of orderly thought, resolve by rational means, think in logical way, consider logically; supp...||reason|
|able to reason, able to think clearly and sensibly, expressible as ratio of polynomials, in accordance with reason and logic, logical, reasonable; intelligent, prudent; expressible as a whole number (Mathematics), rational number, reasonable and sensible||rational|
|able to store and process data, aware, having good judgement, discerning, sensible; clever, bright, very smart, mentally able, self-regulating, sensible or rational||intelligent|
|account of facts, decorate with legendary scenes, factual or fictional narrative, falsehood, floor in building, legend or romance, news report, plot of fiction or drama, rooms on one building level, short fictional prose piece, story line, subject for ...||story|
|achieved by dialectic, involving dialectic, logical, rational, polemical, relating to dialect||dialectical|
|act of forming ideas, act of conceiving in the mind, deliberating, forming of thoughts, judgment//thinking cap, rational||thinking|
|act of inventing possible reasons for an action that are not based on the true reasons; act of giving a rational explanation, act of basing things on logic or reason, defense mechanism, process of rationalizing||rationalization|
|adherence to the strict meaning of a word or words; exactness; quality of being factual||literalness|
|answerable to somebody, being to blame for something, dependable, reliable; accountable, financially sound, having authority to act, important, in charge of somebody or something, rational and accountable for your actions||responsible|
|assumed to be so, fictional, fictional; false, counterfeit; imaginary, invented, made-up; having no factual base; of or pertaining to fiction||fictitious|
|aware of something, conscious, practical, rational, reasonable; wise, judicious; cognizant, aware; able to be perceived; perceptive, able to perceive; considerable, appreciable, showing good sense, subject to perception||sensible|
|based on fact, from a factual standpoint||factually|
|bear witness, declare under oath, attest, declare something under oath in court, make factual statement based on experience, prove or demonstrate, talk about experience as a Christian||testify|
|belief in the existence of a supreme being, rational belief in God||deism|
|bizarre, enormous, excellent, expressing pleasure, fantastical, imaginary, imaginary; strange, odd; unreal; not rational; extraordinary, amazing (Slang), incredible, unlikely||fantastic|
|calm and rational person, one who philosophizes; one who studies the principles of existence behavior and knowledge, somebody holding particular beliefs, somebody who studies life and reality, thinking person||philosopher|
|cannot be made smaller; cannot be reduced; cannot be altered, impossible to factor into lesser polynomials, impossible to reduce to rational expression, incapable of being decreased, incapable of simplification||irreducible|
|cause to become serious; cause to become realistic; become sober, recover from the influence of alcohol, dull, lessen intoxication, not drunk, clear-headed, lucid; rational, level-headed; calm, composed; serious, not fanciful or speculative, not intoxi...||sober|
|comprehensible, intelligible; rational, sane; transparent; bright, radiant, shining, easily understood||lucid|
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