irrational[ ih-rash-uh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF irrational
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I haven't been irrational, I give you my word, not once since I came here.
This reply seemed to arouse an irrational anger in the Briton.
If men cannot have a rational belief, they will have an irrational.
Pride was irrational, and so was the greater part of human misery.
In spite of his fine manner and bearing, his every word had been irrational.
The science of healing will become no chance and irrational thing.
What makes you call the blessed quart an irrational quantity?
It seemed to me that he was foolish and irrational, altogether unlike himself.
Bright's courage was almost as irrational as that of the rebels themselves.
It was not a controlled anger, but had something of the irrational in it.
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