Definition of logical
- a logical conclusion
- a logical thinker
Since she helped us before, it's logical to assume that she'll help us again.
He seems to be a logical choice for the job.
She wasn't able to give me a logical explanation for her behavior.
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: agreeing with the rules of logic : sensible or reasonable
: of or relating to the formal processes used in thinking and reasoning
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of yeast or being unsettled or frivolous
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