Definition of illogicality in US English:

illogicality

nounPlural illogicalities

  • See illogical

    • ‘I just don't believe the illogicality of the district council's proposal.’
    • ‘There is a striking illogicality if you share our desire to see Scotland's economy grow but become very uneasy to learn that a Scottish company is doing exceptionally well.’
    • ‘But the illogicality goes even further than that.’
    • ‘The illogicalities of her train of thought were set off by my own routine.’
    • ‘It's more about the illogicality of suffering and how inexplicable that is and how we fight against it in all our lives, whether it's cancer or whatever.’

Pronunciation

illogicality

/i(l)ˌläjəˈkalədē/