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base·less

 (bās′lĭs)
adj.
Having no basis or foundation in fact; unfounded.
Synonyms: baseless, groundless, idle, unfounded, unwarranted
These adjectives mean being without a basis or foundation in fact: a baseless accusation; groundless rumors; idle gossip; unfounded suspicions; unwarranted jealousy.

baseless

(ˈbeɪslɪs)
adj
not based on fact; unfounded: a baseless supposition.
ˈbaselessly adv
ˈbaselessness n

base•less

(ˈbeɪs lɪs)

adj.
having no base; without foundation; groundless: a baseless claim.
[1600–10]
base′less•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.baseless - without a basis in reason or fact; "baseless gossip"; "the allegations proved groundless"; "idle fears"; "unfounded suspicions"; "unwarranted jealousy"
unsupported - not sustained or maintained by nonmaterial aid; "unsupported accusations"

baseless

baseless

adjective
Having no basis or foundation in fact:
Translations
بِدون أساس، لا أساس لَهُ
bezpodstatnýnepodložený
grundløsuberettiget
tilhæfulaus
asılsıztemelsiz

baseless

[ˈbeɪslɪs] ADJinfundado

baseless

[ˈbeɪsləs] adj (= unfounded) [accusation, rumour, report] → sans fondement

baseless

adj accusations etcohne Grundlage, aus der Luft gegriffen; fears, suspicion alsounbegründet, grundlos

baseless

[ˈbeɪslɪs] adj (gossip) → infondato/a

base1

(beis) noun
1. the foundation, support, or lowest part (of something), or the surface on which something is standing. the base of the statue; the base of the triangle; the base of the tree.
2. the main ingredient of a mixture. This paint has oil as a base.
3. a headquarters, starting-point etc. an army base.
verb
(often with on) to use as a foundation, starting-point etc. I base my opinion on evidence; Our group was based in Paris.
ˈbaseless adjective
without foundation or reason. a baseless claim.
References in classic literature ?
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Mere months after taking office, Trump baselessly accused the Obama administration of bugging the phones in Trump Tower during the election.
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We don't blame the people baselessly,' Qureshi remarked.
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They (India) had blamed Pakistan baselessly and as a knee-jerk reaction which they are not able to prove," the foreign minister said.
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