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un·rea·son·a·ble

unreasonable

 
pronunciation:
uhn ri z n bl
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: not acting or behaving with good sense; not guided by good judgment or sound thinking.
The unreasonable little boy refused to let go of the cat's tail.
synonyms:
illogical, irrational
antonyms:
reasonable
similar words:
arbitrary, foolish, rash
definition 2: beyond reasonable limits; much more than is fitting.
That's an unreasonable price for a pair of sneakers.
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synonyms:
excessive, extravagant
antonyms:
moderate, reasonable
similar words:
fancy, undue
derivations: unreasonably (adv.), unreasonableness (n.)
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The word unreasonable contains the following part:
un-1 Old English prefix that means not
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The prefix un1 attaches to adjectives to create adjectives that mean the opposite of the base word.
synonyms:
dis-, de-, in-2