Irrationally [adverb]

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“None of the status conference orders or decisions on motions were found to be irrational,” said Lucian Chalfen, a spokesman for the Office of Court Administration.

Republicans are not irrational for spending down their electoral advantage on more temperamentally extreme candidates and ideologically pure policies.

The entire GOP strategy for the Georgia Senate elections apparently centers on a belief that Georgia voters are irrational and will rise up in fury because they think they have been wronged — again — by conniving Democrats.

There’s a reason some marketers refer to this quirk of the industry as “irrational budget dumping.”

Mathematicians usually solve this problem by arranging the rationals in a line and filling the gaps with irrational numbers to create a complete number system that we call the real numbers.

Bipartisan cooperation is often necessary for governance but electorally irrational for the minority party to offer.

A lawyer for TikTok told the judge at Sunday’s virtual hearing that the ban was irrational given that ByteDance is in talks to strike a deal the president himself has demanded.

The minds of many quite honest men resisted the new knowledge instinctively and irrationally.

But the job would take hours, and he was irrationally convinced that Jill had been left behind in the construction camp.

He did not know why he was so irrationally happy, for nothing was changed in his life or hers.