unreasoned


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un·rea·soned

 (ŭn-rē′zənd)
adj.
Not based on or guided by reason; unreasonable: unreasoned prejudices.
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unreasoned

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Not governed by or predicated on reason:
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His faith wasn't benevolent or forgiving--just harsh, his Christianity unchristian and unreasoned. And inherited, Joe figured, as immutably as his six-foot frame and brown eyes.
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