This page will make sure you never confuse rational and rationale again! Read the definitions, check out our example sentences, and be sure to follow the twitter feed to see how the internet is using these words in a sentence.
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Consistent with or based on or using reason
A process of rational inference
(law) an explanation of the fundamental reasons (especially an explanation of the working of some device in terms of laws of nature)
The rationale for capital punishment
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What's the internet saying about rational/rationale?
@NWarind: @TelegraphUKnews There may be a rationale for disagreement but how rational people can disagree is hard to fathom!
@TarotDarrow: @dabadooey @SDzzz @Shoq I was looking for a rational rationale. ;-) Has anyone vetted this "Shoq"?
@VandySportscom: @__boehm__ there is no rationale. Rational thought does not matter to some of these people with the power.
@BigBooty_Robots: My rationale for my actions arent always rational .
@edharding: Got more time to spare? Thought so. Read @tim_graham's post on rewinding the rationale for ratios in the Early Years. http://t.co/LCSLjcahJx
@GreyAreaEditing: rational (adjective): agreeable to reason rationale (noun): the fundamental reason or reasons serving to account for something
@alanbenson: Something to teach next semester: The correct spelling of "rationale." Sooo many Rational paper.docs this time
@jbigwood: Here's another one that really grinds my gears: The word 'rationale' is a noun, and the word 'rational' is an adjective. Use'm accordingly!