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筋違い - 斎藤和英大辞典
- Lack of reason or rationality; unreasonableness; irrationality.
- c. 1566, John Knox, The Historie of the Reformation of the Church of Scotland, Book I, London: 1644,
- 1820, Walter Scott, The Abbot, Chapter 14,
- […] it was long ere these scandalous and immoral sports could be abrogated;—the rude multitude continued attached to their favourite pastimes, and, both in England and Scotland, the mitre of the Catholic—the rochet of the reformed bishop—and the cloak and band of the Calvinistic divine—were, in turn, compelled to give place to those jocular personages, the Pope of Fools, the Boy-Bishop, and the Abbot of Unreason.
- 1864, James Russell Lowell, “Abraham Lincoln” in My Study Windows, London: Sampson Low, Marston, Low, and Searle, 4th edition, 1871, p. 120,
- 1937, Robert Byron, The Road to Oxiana, “Shiraz, 18 February,”
- Of all the foreigners I have met in this country, diplomats, business men, and archaeologists of many nationalities and varying terms of residence, Christopher is the only one who likes its inhabitants, sympathizes with their nationalist growing-pains, and consistently upholds their virtues, sometimes to the point of unreason.
- 1971, John T. Elson, “Doing the Thing You Do Best,” Time, 22 March, 1971,
- Traditionally, black American dance students have been consistently steered away from classical ballet and toward the supposedly more “suitable” fields of modern, ethnic or Broadway-chorus dancing. The Harlem Dance Theater performances showed beyond doubt that the practice was based not on rhyme but on prejudiced unreason.
- 2014, Garry Wills, “Obamacare: The Hate Can’t Be Cured,” New York Review of Books, 22 April, 2014,
- 2021 February 2, Katharine Murphy, The Guardian:
- Kelly, who specialised in implacable unreason about climate change before his conversion to stubborn contrarianism about various Covid remedies [...] speaks to a constituency the Coalition wants to court: a group of voters tempted to vote for rightwing protest parties rather than the Liberals and the Nationals.
- Nonsense; folly; absurdity.
- (transitive, rare) To prove to be unreasonable; disprove by argument.
- (rare) To apply false logic or think without logic.
- (rare) To make unreasonable; to deprive of reason.
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