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unreasoning

adjective uk   /ʌnˈriː.zən.ɪŋ/ formal us  
Unreasoning feelings or beliefs are not based on reason or judgment: unreasoning hatred
Translations of “unreasoning”
in Chinese (Traditional) (情感或信仰)缺乏理性的, 無緣無故的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (情感或信仰)缺乏理性的, 无缘无故的…
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