common senseAnybody can tell this from common sense.
make senseDidn't make sense.
strong senseHe had a strong sense of responsibility to his vocation of preaching and loved to compare himself to St Paul.
sense of humourThat's exactly my sense of humour.’
sense of beingIn spite of the long hours and sense of being almost constantly on call it wasn't all work at Howard.
great sense‘But there is a great sense of achievement and a good atmosphere between the teams.’
general senseNo, I don't think so, not necessarily, not in the more general sense of the word therapeutic.
sense of guiltWe all, most of us, drive cars, you know, in that sense is there some sense of guilt around that in some way we are contributing to the war.
clear senseIt would perhaps be better to concentrate on giving support for the newly elected socialist MPs, and trying to refound a clear sense of what socialism means today.
sense of responsibilityHe had a strong sense of responsibility to his vocation of preaching and loved to compare himself to St Paul.
make sense outThe fundamental challenge for analysts in scanning is to make sense out of vague, ambiguous, and unconnected data.
sense of politicalThe sense of political focus that empowered the early Screen project has been dissipated.
real senseMany witches with whom I have discussed Christianity have a real sense of humour and pleasant personalities.