You searched for: “reasonably
reasonably (adverb), more reasonably, most reasonably
1. Descriptive of how something is done in an intelligent or practical way: Mr. Smith responded reasonably and sensibly to the teacher's questions when asked about why his daughter was so sad and distraught.
2. Regarding how something is fair or satisfactory: Jane was looking for a purse that was priced reasonably and not too expensive.
3. Referring to how something is moderately good or tolerable: The old bike was evidently in a reasonably good condition and wasn't rusty.
This entry is located in the following units: -ably (page 11) ratio-, reason- (page 2)