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- adv. In an illogical manner, without following methods of sane and correct reasoning, in a manner lacking thought or logic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an illogical manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an illogical manner
He illogically compared the criticsms of the entire DoJ in having their own lawyers defend the accused to the criticisms leveled at Yoo and Addington.
And she was also illogically infuriated by the fact that the company demanding so much of her hard-earned money was French.
I am sprawled on the floor, illogically looking for cool air from the wooden planks.
Among U.S. coins that are typically listed, logically or illogically, in standard reference guides as distinct dates, the 1795 Reeded Edge cent is one of the rarest of all.
Expression used bizarrely and illogically by female Republican candidates about male Democratic candidates.
Or was it because Beck illogically portrayed the pro-democracy movement that swept Egypt this winter as the unleashing of demonic forces that would soon threaten peace around the world?
I cheered for your judiciousness when you left James and Toby behind on the first encounters, and I groaned when you illogically encouraged relationships with them later.
Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said the EU is acting illogically by acting on sanctions while at the same time calling for Tehran to resume talks with major powers on nuclear issues.
The Knicks roster will be filled with also-rans like Bill Walker, Andy Rautins and Renaldo Balkman and carry the same stench that last year's team did: superstars illogically paired with fringe NBA players.
In the final debate, Blackwell dramatically -- however illogically -- sought to tie his opponent to NAMBLA.
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