wholesome (adj.) 2
reasonable, sensible, rational
Cor I.i.80 [First Citizen to Menenius, of the patricians] repeal daily any wholesome act established against the rich
Ham III.ii.324 [Guildenstern to Hamlet] make me a wholesome answer
Ham III.ii.329 [Hamlet to Rosencrantz and Guildenstern] Make you a wholesome answer
KL II.iv.139 [Regan to Lear, of Gonerill's action] 'Tis ... to such wholesome end / As clears her from all blame
Oth III.i.45 [Emilia to Cassio, of Othello rejecting him] in wholesome wisdom / He might not but refuse you

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