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unreasoned

Line breaks: un|rea¦soned
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈriːz(ə)nd
 
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Definition of unreasoned in English:

adjective

Not based on good sense or logic: an unreasoned reaction to the idea
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  • But from science and everyday life, I know that my intuition - an effortless, immediate, unreasoned sense of truth - sometimes errs.
  • My reaction was instant, unreasoned and violent.
  • Miss Williams criticises this, essentially on the basis that the written submissions to Lord Brennan had contended for a comparison with libel awards and that the rejection of those submissions is unreasoned and irrational.

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