Definition of unreasonable in English:

unreasonable

Line breaks: un|rea¦son|able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈriːz(ə)nəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Derivatives

unreasonableness

noun
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  • It is often unhelpful to discuss, in the abstract, the legal consequences of irrationality, or illogicality, or unreasonableness of some degree.
  • This is satire, and it is the laughter of derision, the reaction to the stupidity and unreasonableness of the other's position.
  • It is a feature of my psychology that I never really lose my rag in political arguments, except when confronted by unreasonableness on the part of those I know and love.

unreasonably

adverb
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  • It is the reaction of one old friend to another when the latter is acting wholly unreasonably and unacceptably.
  • To argue we should be allowed to act unreasonably is entirely muddle-headed and morally wrong.
  • There it was - the unreasonably large, perfectly cut paisley gem that had haunted my dreams for the past two days.

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