Definition of illogically in US English:

illogically

adverb

  • See illogical

    • ‘But I find that their panacea to all the country's problems revolves around increased public spending and, illogically, reduced taxation, all brought about by cost savings.’
    • ‘The centre is certainly not a dominating feature of the lives of residents of Kew Riverside but it does rather stand out as being illogically located.’
    • ‘The two are in constant competition for the upper hand, although most Tories are probably - illogically, I think - both economic liberals and social authoritarians.’
    • ‘They don't want to criticize a big corporation for manipulating the political process, so they quite illogically place all the blame on Davis.’
    • ‘It takes extraneous efforts to think illogically.’

Pronunciation

illogically

/i(l)ˈläjək(ə)lē/