**/ɪˈraʃ(ə)n(ə)l/**

- 'By absurd, I do not mean silly, but absurd as is in the illogical or
.'**irrational** - 'Booze and cocaine corroded his sanity and left him with a legacy of
behaviour.'**irrational** - 'Solutions that would seem logical to us would seem totally
to them.'**irrational** - 'She had never known for her daughter to be so
, so crazy.'**irrational** - 'Without that insight, a supplier can encounter fewer surprises by evaluating even seemingly
scenarios.'**irrational** - 'Australians aren't at all used to visceral and
hatred directed at them.'**irrational** - 'The more
and illogical someone becomes, the more logical and incisive I become.'**irrational** - 'Crowds and mobs are not completely
, but they have their own logic.'**irrational** - 'Home values have soared to high levels in many countries as
exuberance grips the markets.'**irrational** - 'The author of the piece argues that our attitude towards it is mostly
prejudice.'**irrational** - 'Man is an
being, morals are**irrational**, and have no metaphysical foundation which make them "real" or worth paying any attention to.'**irrational**

- 'A transcendental number is an
number that is not a root of any polynomial equation with integer coefficients.'**irrational** - 'What about a seed angle derived from the golden ratio, an
number?'**irrational**

- 'His commentary to Euclid is of interest because of its discussion of unordered
s.'**irrational** - 'Eudoxus's definition of equal ratios corresponds exactly to the modern theory of
s.'**irrational**

1. without the faculty of reason; deprived of reason.

2. without or deprived of normal mental clarity or sound judgment.

3. not in accordance with reason; utterly illogical: irrational arguments.

4. not endowed with the faculty of reason: irrational animals.

5. Mathematics. (of a number) not capable of being expressed exactly as a ratio of two integers. (of a function) not capable of being expressed exactly as a ratio of two polynomials.

6. Algebra. (of an equation) having

"situations can be irrational to people."

"governments can be irrational of lives."

"dates can be irrational of classes."

"exuberances can be irrational."

"behaviours can be irrational."

Late Middle English: from Latin irrationalis, from in- ‘not’ + rationalis (see rational).

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