Definitions of "irrational"
  1. Lacking in reason or logic
  2. Not influenced by clear thinking, clarity of mind, or comprehension
  3. Not based on or in line with the fair examination of facts or supporting evidence
How to use "irrational" in a sentence
  1. The judge found the defendant's defense to be irrational, failing to provide a logical argument.
  2. The lawyer thought the client's decision was irrational due to a lack of clear thinking and understanding.
  3. The conclusion of the testimony was deemed irrational, as it did not consider all the crucial pieces of evidence.

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