Definitions of "rational"
  1. The term refers to someone or something that possesses reason or understanding
  2. This refers to an action or judgment that is derived or guided by logical thinking, equitable principles, government interest, or factual evidence
How to use "rational" in a sentence
  1. The court's decision was rational as it was based on legitimate state interest and factual evidence.
  2. The individual presented a rational argument, demonstrating clear reasoning and understanding of the matter at hand.
  3. For a policy to be effective, it must be rational, meaning it’s based on logical thinking and equitable principles.

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