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- adj. Not logical; illogical
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Illogical. (Davies.)
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- adj. lacking in correct logical relation
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The suspension and fines are expected and not unlogical.
One was called despair, and made no sense to me whatsoever (and me being completely unlogical should be able to understand nonsensical things) and the other was titled wind, and started off with it whipping beggar's faces or something, and ended with it playing happily ...
HORN: It sounds very unlogical, but it was very logical for me.
I had been brought up in it, I liked it, I had a deep though unlogical conviction that art was worth the effort-and, besides, it was the only way I knew to make a living.
Composition is nothing but the logic of vision; an uncomposed view is no more possible than an unlogical sentence.
My reflections are of the same kind; and if they are unlogical they are perhaps not the less comfortable.
They have not fully managed to become an acceptable intellectual philosophy, precisely because of the one big problem left, the unlogical personification of the universe.
Edward may be 109 years old, but he acts like the 17 year old his body looks like: completely unlogical!
Also the camera can be difficult with unlogical angles and an image that runs crazy.
The images that I make consist often of unlogical combinations, materials, patterns, colors, forms, with my head as the only constant factor.