Part of speech:
Having the ring of truth or plausibility but actually fallacious:
Containing or based on a fallacy:
Having or showing little sense, judgment, or sobriety; foolish, stupid, absurd, ludicrous, irrational, etc.
Impossible to take seriously; silly:
Contrary to conscience, morality, or law:
The definition of asinine is to be silly, stupid or ridiculous.
Immoderately fond; infatuated:
Characterized by distortions or striking incongruities in appearance, shape, or manner; fantastic; bizarre
Lacking intelligence or good sense; foolish.
(Computer science) Having properties that cause unusually bad behaviour, especially regarding correctness or performance.
Absurd, or contrary to common sense.
Of, relating to, or affected by psychosis.
Of, related to, or characteristic of surrealism
In Kantian philosophy, based on those elements of experience which derive not from sense data but from the inherent organizing functions of the mind, and which are the necessary conditions of human knowledge; transcending sense experience but not knowledge
Not restrained; uncontrolled
Not determined by reason; capricious; arbitrary; irrational.
Not firmly placed; unsteady:
Fanaticism is defined as extreme devotion or zeal.
Smug stupidity; utter foolishness.
Behavior like that of an imbecile; great foolishness or stupidity
An irrational idea, expression, or act.
An irrational, excessive, and persistent fear of some particular thing or situation
Psychosis is a serious mental disorder in which a person has impaired views of reality and whose personality is very disorganized.
Reasoning or capable of reasoning in a clear and consistent manner:
Consistent with or based on reason or good judgment; logical or sensible:
Having or showing good sense or sound judgment; intelligent; reasonable; wise
Not excessive or extreme; fair:
Compatible with an accepted point of view; orthodox:
Not likely to break down, fall apart, or give way; fixed
Not governed by or predicated on reason
Uncontrollably wild excitement or emotion
- Unreasonable implies bad judgment, willfulness, prejudice, etc. as responsible for that which is not justified by reason unreasonable demands
- Irrational implies mental unsoundness or may be used to stress the utterly illogical nature of that which is directly contrary to reason an irrational belief that everybody was his enemy
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