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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunreasoningun‧rea‧son‧ing /ʌnˈriːzənɪŋ/ adjective literary  IMAGINEan unreasoning feeling is not based on facts or good reasons
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unreasoningCounting to ten and not shouting back at yet another unreasoning and unreasonable parent is difficult.unreasoning angerAs a result of his long struggles Gorfang has acquired an unreasoning hatred of the Dwarf race.Their unreasoning hostility and violence is merely a psychological projection of our own self-destructive impulses.Damn Lori and her unreasoning jealousy; but for her she would never have been in this position.Harry S Truman, personally decent, was damaged by an unreasoning loyalty to corrupt associates.But there was something disturbing about the sheer unreasoning rage behind them.How could anyone, much less a diplomat like Gordon, deal with such unreasoning rage?
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