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irrational
used in Wuthering Heights

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Definition not rational; i.e., lacking reason
  • He had ceased drinking at a point below irrationality, and had neither stirred nor spoken during two or three hours.
    Chapter 17 (28% in)
  • Catherine caught and perused it eagerly; then she put a few questions to me concerning the inmates, rational and irrational, of her former home; and gazing towards the hills, murmured in soliloquy: 'I should like to be riding Minny down there!
    Chapter 31 (23% in)

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