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reasonless

adjective rea·son·less \ˈrē-zən-ləs\

Definition of REASONLESS

1
:  not having the faculty of reason <a reasonless brute>
2
:  not reasoned :  senseless <reasonless hostility>
3
:  not based on or supported by reasons <a reasonless accusation>
rea·son·less·ly adverb

First Known Use of REASONLESS

14th century

Rhymes with REASONLESS

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