illogic illogic  /ɪ ˈlɑ dʒɪk/


  • (n) invalid or incorrect reasoning


  1. The bureaucratic illogic of the messages I can ignore; the management's false concern and manipulative guile can be fun to trace out like the plot in a bad TV show.
  2. And at that point, I'd be happy to explain anything I can remember or the logic or the illogic of anything I may have said.
  3. The illogic of any crackdown is that most studies of Latino immigrants show they have a strong work ethic, tight-knit families and a low use of public services.


  1. On immigration, GOP offers fear

    Ruben Navarrette says Ronald Reagan would be ashamed of his party's fear-mongering and illogic on immigration reform
    on July 1, 2013     Source: CNN

  2. Voter fraud

    In the letter “Illogic” of the 5-23-2013 SUN, Terry Picket said that there were only 172 cases of voter fraud per year over the last 12 years.
    on June 28, 2013     Source: The Pagosa Springs Sun

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