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Spell check of irrational

Correct spelling: irrational

Synonyms:
absurd, contradictory, batty, self-contradictory, fallacious, maniacal, neurotic, wrong, silly, specious, inconclusive, impossible, insane, unreasonable, ill-considered, deranged, schizoid, untenable, reason, bizarre, illegitimate, foolish, anomalous, weak, demented, mistaken, incongruous, inane, inconsequential, incorrect, paradoxical, inconsistent, false, invalid, ridiculous, unreasoned, nonsensical, ill-advised, eccentric, frenzied, anachronistic, irrational number, nutty, implausible, blithering, kooky, mad, chimerical, feverish, hysterical, meaningless, inconsequent, crazy, erroneous, infatuated, babbling, outlandish, unsound, yellow, psychotic, unbalanced, idiotic, reasonless, ludicrous, superstitious, psycho, wild, lunatic, nonrational, preposterous, unreasoning, illogical, out of bounds, farcical, blind, delirious, berserk, jaundiced, incoherent, senseless, ill-judged, monstrous.

Antonyms:
compelling, well-founded, thinking, established, sound, rational, demythologized, ordered, substantial, sober, solid, indubitable, enlightened, substantiated, validated, undeniable, just, satisfying, indisputable, certain, sane, lucid, infallible, coherent, informed, reasoned, reasonable, clear, convincing, commonsense, confirmed, justified, consistent, demonstrated, valid, credible, incontrovertible, wise, plausible, organized, demythologised, corroborated, intelligent, sagacious, well-grounded, reasoning, sure, persuasive, unquestionable, logical, demonstrable, sensible, cogent, incontestable, true.

Examples of usage:

1) Their notion of making work is irrational. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

2) Nothing could be more unnatural for him than the revolutionary principle which despises tradition and regards the patriotic sentiment as superfluous and irrational. - "English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century", Leslie Stephen.

3) It was, I am sure, to this personal accent- the moral equivalent of her dimple- that Mrs. Amyot owed her prodigious, her irrational success. - "The Greater Inclination", Edith Wharton.

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