Unreasoning in a sentence as an adjective

No, the word for "not reasoning" is "unreasoning".

Ah, so it's a trick to exploit people's unreasoning instincts to your own ends.

Especially where, as in this case, the parent seems unreasoning.

You think Apple as a company acts out of a bitter, vicious, unreasoning desire for revenge?

That just highlights one of the good things about using Java or Windows: You are generally _not_ an unreasoning fanatic.

The reasoning is money, the unreasoning is ethical sophistry.

It's certainly true that a lot of professional scientists have little or no use for 'social success', and see most of us as quite foolish, unreasoning creatures.

"The only thing we have to fear is fear itself -- Nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into advance.

If I had a kid, I'd rather deal with him getting suspended, attaching a price to being physically screwed with, than lose that child to ******* or death of personality thanks to unreasoning "human" beasts.

Just because they hold an extreme position doesn't make their opinions any more valid; frankly I find far-left and far-right thinkers to be alarmingly similar, and am appalled by by their inflexible and unreasoning ideological approaches.

I find it ironic that you are saying that people who advocate a more conservative stance on GMO are unreasoning or spouting "obvious ********" when what is in fact happening is that you are doing exactly what I already addressed: Being upset that this reasoning stops progress in a field you don't understand well, because it is inconvenient.

Unreasoning definitions


not based on reason or evidence; "blind hatred"; "blind faith"; "unreasoning panic"

See also: blind