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il·log·i·cal

 (ĭ-lŏj′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Contradicting or disregarding the principles of logic.
2. Without logic; senseless.

il·log′i·cal′i·ty (-kăl′ĭ-tē), il·log′i·cal·ness n.
il·log′i·cal·ly adv.

illogical

(ɪˈlɒdʒɪkəl)
adj
1. characterized by lack of logic; senseless or unreasonable
2. disregarding logical principles
illogicality, ilˈlogicalness n
ilˈlogically adv

il•log•i•cal

(ɪˈlɒdʒ ɪ kəl)

adj.
not logical; contrary to or disregardful of the rules of logic; unreasoning: an illogical reply.
[1580–90]
il•log′i•cal•ness, n.
il•log′i•cal•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.illogical - lacking in correct logical relationillogical - lacking in correct logical relation
incoherent - without logical or meaningful connection; "a turgid incoherent presentation"
irrational - not consistent with or using reason; "irrational fears"; "irrational animals"
unreasonable - not reasonable; not showing good judgment
logical - capable of or reflecting the capability for correct and valid reasoning; "a logical mind"
2.illogical - lacking orderly continuityillogical - lacking orderly continuity; "a confused set of instructions"; "a confused dream about the end of the world"; "disconnected fragments of a story"; "scattered thoughts"
incoherent - without logical or meaningful connection; "a turgid incoherent presentation"

illogical

illogical

adjective
1. Containing fundamental errors in reasoning:
2. Not governed by or predicated on reason:
Translations
غَيْر مَنْطِقي
nelogický
ulogisk
illogikus
órökréttur
nelogiškainelogiškasnelogiškumas
neloģisks
nelogický

illogical

[ɪˈlɒdʒɪkəl] ADJilógico, falto de lógica

illogical

[ɪˈlɒdʒɪkəl] adjillogique
it is illogical to ... → il est illogique de ...

illogical

adjunlogisch

illogical

[ɪˈlɒdʒɪkl] adjillogico/a

illogical

(iˈlodʒikəl) adjective
not logical; not based on, or showing, sound reasoning.
ilˈlogically adverb
ilˌlogiˈcality (-ˈkӕ-) noun
References in classic literature ?
That is what follows from the fact that it is cold; and not that a child who needs fresh air should remain at home," he would add with extreme logic, as if punishing someone for those secret illogical emotions that stirred within him.
If not specially observed, it was observable that while a Frayser who was not the proud possessor of a sumptuous copy of the ancestral "poetical works" (printed at the family expense, and long ago withdrawn from an inhospitable market) was a rare Frayser indeed, there was an illogical indisposition to honor the great deceased in the person of his spiritual successor.
It being therefore evident that the supposition of a want of power to require the aid of the POSSE COMITATUS is entirely destitute of color, it will follow, that the conclusion which has been drawn from it, in its application to the authority of the federal government over the militia, is as uncandid as it is illogical. What reason could there be to infer, that force was intended to be the sole instrument of authority, merely because there is a power to make use of it when necessary?
The fact is, gentlemen, it seems there must really exist something that is dearer to almost every man than his greatest advantages, or (not to be illogical) there is a most advantageous advantage (the very one omitted of which we spoke just now) which is more important and more advantageous than all other advantages, for the sake of which a man if necessary is ready to act in opposition to all laws; that is, in opposition to reason, honour, peace, prosperity--in fact, in opposition to all those excellent and useful things if only he can attain that fundamental, most advantageous advantage which is dearer to him than all.
Charity is the most illogical and pernicious of all weaknesses."
Now, though his conviction that jealousy was a shameful feeling and that one ought to feel confidence, had not broken down, he felt that he was standing face to face with something illogical and irrational, and did not know what was to be done.
She had taken an instantaneous and illogical dislike to the Rev.
Whenever Hayward said something which was illogical, Weeks in a few words would show the falseness of his reasoning, pause for a moment to enjoy his triumph, and then hurry on to another subject as though Christian charity impelled him to spare the vanquished foe.
"You women are lovely critters, Mistress Blythe, but you're just a mite illogical. You're a highly eddicated lady and Cornelia isn't, but you're like as two peas when it comes to that.
It will lead him, in the most logical progression, to what, in the eyes of artists, would be a most illogical conclusion.
The politics, too, were rendering our family unpleasant; the cote droit was becoming supercilious--it had always been illogical; while the cote gauche was just beginning to discover that it had made a revolution for other people.
Beebe, sitting unnoticed in the window, pondered this illogical element in Miss Honeychurch, and recalled the occasion at Tunbridge Wells when he had discovered it.