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illogic

Syllabification: il·log·ic
Pronunciation: /ˌiˈläjik
 
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Definition of illogic in English:

noun

Reasoning or thought that is not logical.
Example sentences
  • Now he knows how junk science and illogic can confound reason and common sense.
  • I only wish someone had pointed out that Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass are meditations on paradox and puzzle and illogic and on the strangeness of things, not templates for foreign policy.
  • This illogic was borrowed from my philosophy on the situation of being an only child: ‘they're my parents, they can't really be anybody else's.’

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