come to your senses

come to (one's) senses

To start thinking reasonably. I'm glad she finally came to her senses and decided against those hideous bridesmaids' dresses. Don't worry, Paul will come to his senses and agree to the terms of the contract.
See also: come, sense

come to your senses

become reasonable after acting foolishly.
See also: come, sense

come to your ˈsenses


1 (also bring somebody to their ˈsenses) stop behaving in an unreasonable or stupid way; do something to stop somebody behaving in this way: At last he has come to his senses. He now understands that a restaurant in this part of town will never succeed.
2 wake up from being unconscious: When I came to my senses I found myself in a hospital bed.
See also: come, sense