One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘No other Australian city is visited more religiously, admired more grudgingly, or reviled more unreasoningly.’
- ‘No wonder that those who felt vulnerable to such a drastic fiscal reform lashed out, often unreasoningly, to the threat.’
- ‘The point might be easier to grasp if one considers fantasies one does not already unreasoningly believe in.’
- ‘Mankind, they will say, is only too prone to follow faith unreasoningly, and needs no preaching nor encouragement in that direction.’
- ‘An unreasoningly hostile attitude also began to show itself in discussions by military writers.’
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