Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Characterized by dyslogia or the disturbance of thought shown by a jumbled order of words in speech or in writing.

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  • After many years of fielding comments from feminists, I have a view of them as being rude, crude, envious, competitive, unfeminine, dyslogical argumentive, and rebellious.

    Tribute to Helen

  • When done unslothfully, negative elements despite the cowardly anonymity of the speaker can be sussed out of a debating group immediately, even before the potentially harmful comments are posted, by the consistency of their dyslogical statements that regularly employ any number of the well-known logical fallacies long ago exposed.

    Archive 2009-04-01

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