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Definition of "unreasoning" []

  • Not governed or moderated by reason. (adjective)
  • Not controlled by reason; irrational (adjective)

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Use "unreasoning" in a sentence
  • "Living wild and free together in unreasoning delight."
  • "Such were men before the coming of Christ, unclean with divers passions; unreasoning, that is, lacking the reason of the Word; stupid, in their disregard of God; weak in soul; ignoble, because forgetting their heavenly birth they became slaves of their passions, and of the demons; drudges, because they toiled under the load of error laid upon them by the daemons, or the Pharisees."
  • "Assuming that Hamas -- or Hezbollah -- is "unreasoning" is a mistake that can prove quite costly indeed, as Israel is learning in southern Lebanon (and America learned with those fanatical terrorists in the Iraqi insurgency as well)."