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What is another word for unreasonable?

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Lacking sense or sound reasoning
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“Somehow, the adults were all evading the children's questions with the unreasonable excuse that they were still too young to understand.”
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Not supported or proven by evidence
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“Giorgio's analysis is flawed because it is based on the unreasonable assumption that ancient aliens built the great pyramids.”
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Having no significant meaning, use or purpose
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“I quickly forgot about his strange comment and unreasonable complaint about the nurse and returned to my huge workload.”
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Not willing to cooperate or be helpful
“The young man was very apologetic, and I think he could see that his manager was being unreasonable.”
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Stubborn, or inclined to do the opposite of what is expected or demanded
“He couldn't very well scold her for being unreasonable and stubborn, or tell her she needed to work out her problems instead of running from them.”
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Not easy to please or satisfy
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“Working for an unreasonable employer is arguably worse than working for a mean or stingy one.”
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Bad-tempered, or prone to anger
“It takes self-control to deal with an unreasonable customer and to always act in a way that does not offend.”
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Having very strong opinions or views that are generally considered unacceptable
“This may make him more aware of his limitations and less likely to be dogmatic and unreasonable in his views.”
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Extreme or excessive in degree
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“I would suggest that the use of pepper spray was an unreasonable response to the suspect's verbal resistance.”
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Appallingly bad or shocking
“I agree that there is nothing more unreasonable and shocking to good sense than these impious thoughts.”
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Very harsh or severe
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“Gratuitously assaulting a detainee, without provocation or need, constituted an unreasonable use of force.”
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Unwarranted, unacceptable or unfair in nature
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“I am nonetheless persuaded that the trial court in the case arrived at an unreasonable verdict by accepting the evidence of the complainants.”
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Without consideration of the possible consequences
“Jurisdictions may appeal to equity and fair business practice in challenging the lender's discretion to act in a fashion that is unreasonable and without regard to the detrimental consequences to the borrower.”
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Very expensive or high in cost
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“Manufacturers were prohibited from charging unreasonable prices for prescription drugs or refusing to sell them.”
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Displaying a lack of sensibleness or judgment
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(of an argument or statement) Not seeming reasonable or probable
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Unable to be achieved or realized
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Refusing to obey authority
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Requiring more effort than could be reasonably expected or asked for
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Compulsively motivated
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(informal, of a person) Having an unreasonable disposition or character
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Behaving irrationally due to anxiety or mental illness
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Done to excess
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Deeply angered but not outwardly displaying it
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Out of proportion (in size, degree or extent) in comparison with something else
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Inappropriate, or contrary to the accepted or expected standard or practice
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Extreme or radical in one's views or opinions
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Using or expending without restraint
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Unreasonably or obsessively anxious, suspicious, or mistrustful
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Not considerate of others
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Ambitious or difficult to achieve
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