illogical

[ ih-loj-i-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF illogical

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From it, a thousand wild, illogical, and fantastic conclusions are drawn.

This is possible, it is not illogical, and Berkeley believes it.

He was only misled by his love of antithesis into a hasty and illogical remark.

Plato saw the necessity of combating the illogical logic of the Megarians and Eristics.

That, of course, was illogical; but you can hardly expect logic from a man in his position.

This would be illogical, and men are nothing if not logical.

It was an illogical resistance, which ended in the admission of the tradesmen.

If the Pope had adhered to that proposition, he would have been saved from his illogical position.

All at once an idea, wild and illogical enough, jumped up in her mind.

I regret to say that the list is illogical, and the request inopportune.

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