Antisense Defined

an·ti·sense
/antēˌsens,ˈantī-/
adjective
  1. Contravening a sensible method of thought or action.
  2. That which is so illogical, it doesn’t even make nonsense.

Example: “Bill wouldn’t let anybody else pick what goes on his pizza, but he’ll let his health insurance company tell him he can’t see his doctor. That’s antisense.”

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