alogical

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alogical (comparative more alogical, superlative most alogical)

  1. Not based upon logic or reasoned argument.
  2. Opposed to logic.

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Alogical is not synonymous with illogical in any sense. In the sense of "opposed to logic", where illogical is used for an abstraction (illogical reasoning, illogical decisions), alogical describes concrete subjects (alogical world, alogical person).

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  • OED 2nd edition 1989