unreason

[ UK /ʌnɹˈiːzən/ ]
NOUN
  1. the state of being irrational; lacking powers of understanding
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How To Use unreason In A Sentence

  • It was a responsible situation he felt for a boy of thirteen, and he meant to do his very best to keep it now that he had been lucky enough to get it; in the far-off future, too, he saw himself no longer the van-boy, but in the proud position now occupied by Joshua as driver, and this he considered, though a lofty, was by no means an unreasonable ambition. Our Frank and other stories
  • CHAPTER Seventeen EMERSON was unreasonably annoyed with me for what he called my unwarranted interference. The Curse of the Pharaohs
  • Is it unreasonable to expect her to offer to split the bill? Times, Sunday Times
  • If you accept that you have to do mass education - and, to keep costs low and for a lot of other reasons, I think that's not an unreasonable conclusion - you have to systematize it.
  • Since a significant element of judgment is involved there will usually be scope for a fairly broad range of possible views, none of which can be categorised as unreasonable.
  • The reasonble man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable man persists in trying to adapt the world to himself, Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man. 
  • It is difficult and unreasonable to separate the soundtrack from the film; they are symbiotic.
  • Therefore, the search was in his opinion warrantless and unreasonable even though judicial authorization had been obtained.
  • We live in Georgia where it gets unreasonably hot in the summers....need less to say my story involves, lightening, a burned out transformer, an air conditioner crame and 98 degree heat. cramer - French Word-A-Day
  • She liked the way she had not openly offered reconciliation yet had managed to imply that forgiveness would not be unreasonably withheld.
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