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A prolonged stigma surrounding menopause symptoms has made some women feel that the term is still associated with traits like irrationality and illness in the workplace.
If you think of irrationality as a consumer good, much like a car or a television, you can better understand why people sometimes say and do crazy things.
Many of the rioters will face legal consequences for their actions, raising the price of their irrationality.
Once their price of being irrational went up, the outlets immediately started “consuming” less irrationality.
It is evident that the irrationality of frequent appeals to expensive and bothersome litigation should arouse suspicion.
The imbecile irrationality of this will not have escaped you.
It may have been a mere passing whim or fancy, done in a moment of weakness or emotion or temporary irrationality.
It would seem as if fashion never could take repose but in supreme irrationality.
I exclaimed, vexed by the irrationality, as it seemed to me, of this homely boatman's philosophic views.
Philosophizing on the irrationality of old people, she proceeded to get enough scarcely-ripe peaches for a deep-dish pie.
MISSYDANA GATLIN

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION