from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Beyond or outside the bounds of logic.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not based upon logic or reasoned argument.
- adj. Opposed to logic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without logic or reason; illogical.
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Indeed, we learn that Woman is “false,” “lies, even when objectively, she is telling the truth,” and is “amoral” and “alogical.”
Knowing only hunting, this was alogical port in the storm.
Many Texas Republicans will admit that a significant percent of Texas Republicans are alogical.
A certain mentality requires Mr. Lalo to invent alogical puzzles to which he knows the equally detached, undeducible "answer."
Besides, alogical ban would prohibit charging such devces in flight. —
Perhaps if I'd used alogical too this would have helped you understand?
The mouth of any tributary stream is also alogical target, as is the underwater delta usually formed where any flowingwater enters a pond.
Now the question naturally arises, how does this recollected state, this alogical brooding on a spiritual theme, exceed in religions value the orderly saying of one's prayers?
You cannot have alogical discussion with Illogical people.
Accordingly, 'twas for their sakes alone that the racks and tortures for confession were invented, though some foreign civilians in our time have drawn alogical and unreasonable consequences from it.
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