Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Lacking the faculty of reason; irrational, as an animal.
- Deficient in reason or judgment; lacking in good sense; unreasoning.
- Not marked or justified by reason; senseless; causeless; unwarranted.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Destitute of reason.
- adj. Void of reason; not warranted or supported by reason; unreasonable.
- adj. not endowed with the capacity to reason
- adj. not marked by the use of reason
- adj. having no justifying cause or reason
“He felt toward them a kind of reasonless antipathy that was something more than the physical and spiritual repugnance common to us all.”
“My dreams, if dreams they may be called, were rhymeless and reasonless.”
“I am willing to be convinced I am wrong, if I get something more than reasonless statements.”
“As I write this, all the beings and happenings of that other world rise up before me in vast phantasmagoria, and I know that to you they would be rhymeless and reasonless.”
“But the time was at hand, rhymeless and reasonless so far as I can see, when I was to begin to pay for my score of years of dallying with John Barleycorn.”
“A reasonless, sourceless case of being Whitaker in a foul mood.”
“He feels, with reasonless excitement, at the center of a big accomplishment.”
“Any person, anywhere, is in danger of becoming a member of the mindless, leaderless, reasonless zombie hoard to randomly roam the earth eating brains and moaning.”
“He went down the black passages again toward the deep-seated furnace that was within the girl ... that is within every man ... the timeless reservoir of psychic energy, reasonless, remorseless, seething with the never-ending search for satisfaction.”
“Sure, Star Trek featured such ridiculous things as Romulans, red matter, a time-traveling Spock and Tyler Perry in a reasonless cameo appearance.”
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