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unreasonably

[ uhn-ree-zuh-nuh-buhl, -reez-nuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF unreasonably

Synonyms for unreasonably

  • foolishly
  • stupidly
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNREASONABLY

This act of justice has been unreasonably delayed in the case of some of them.

That local rates are unreasonably high, as compared with through rates.

On the third day she had felt almost angry with him unreasonably.

Poor Jed, miserable and most unreasonably conscience-stricken, writhed in his chair.

Instead his opposition was just as violent and, to his son's mind, as unreasonably absurd.

Mrs Browning was unquestionably and not unreasonably offended.

This affair had hopelessly and unreasonably complicated his existence for him.

The Vatican complained—and not unreasonably—that it had been fooled.

"I think I ought to be the first to be told," said Kit, not unreasonably.

"Then this crowd has got to pay," went on the storekeeper, unreasonably.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-14c., from un- (1) "not" + reasonable. Related: Unreasonably.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR UNREASONABLY

blindly

adverbcarelessly
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