from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not based on or guided by reason; unreasonable: unreasoned prejudices.
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- adj. Not reasoned; irrational.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not supported by reason; unreasonable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not reasoned or argued; not due to reason or reasoning; not founded on reason; not thought out.
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Regrettably, they are more commonly done without in unreasoned ways.
This work had not the good-fortune to please the public at large, and I believe it even excited a kind of unreasoned scandal -- an idea sufficiently amusing in the light of some of the manifestations of the plastic effort to which, each year, the Salon stands sponsor.
I think he's facing tremendous and unreasoned opposition by a small faction of that Republican people in Washington.
You have a reputation for loyalty to the Romulan people, but not unreasoned loyalty.
If ignored the idiocy will just escalate into increasing bizarre and unreasoned comments about anything no matter how absurd …
I guess what makes this so obviously reprehensible is the fact that this position is not grounded on any rationale but on unreasoned, exaggerated fear, and not a little bit of an ingredient called “sadism.”
The Congressman obviously embarrassed himself, but why would you choose to make your point about the alleged unconstitutionality of the healthcare bill through an aggressive, unreasoned attack by someone clearly lacking legal sophistication?
It is ironic that the O's fear of controversy causing pain has led to unspeakable pain for the many whose voices go unheard because of this irrational, unreasoned fear.
This unreasoned bureaucratic retaliatory heartlessnes is one of the reasons Portland will never be a real leader in anything.
But it is the lies of the segregationists that matter most, not the unreasoned fears that fuel them.