Related formsun·rea·son·ing·ly, adverb
Definition for unreasoning (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
Examples from the Web for unreasoning
The specter of this virus fills some of our most stalwart souls with unreasoning dread even when it is no immediate threat.
Yet it's plain that he thinks a little worse of himself for allowing his judgment to overmaster his unreasoning dread.
I found myself trembling all over with an unreasoning fear, for there was something uncanny about the whole affair.The Fire People|Ray Cummings
The sight of their stricken comrades, however, only seemed to drive the herd into deeper depths of dumb, unreasoning madness.The Inca Emerald|Samuel Scoville
The injustice of the girl's unreasoning complaint was staggering.The Heart of Unaga|Ridgwell Cullum
Unreasoning rage stirred within the old man, flushed his face with hot blood, made his eyes blaze.Frank of Freedom Hill|Samuel A. Derieux
And, like an unreasoning animal, you turn to devour the thing that has hurt you?The Mystics|Katherine Cecil Thurston