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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 ?
Good or evil Spirit - gloomy and scornful Power, whom men call the genius of humanity, thou art a power more restlessly uncertain, more baselessly useless, than wild mountain wind
He unashamedly pays (less than) sincere homage to Trump's great leadership, and baselessly claims that under Trump's leadership the US--Israel relationship has never been stronger.
The US officials are trying to baselessly show Kuwait-Iran relations as destabilizing," al-Otaibi added.
He sees red everywhere and recklessly, maliciously and baselessly blames his present woes to what he stubbornly refers to as 'enemies of the State,' including human rights lawyers, human rights organizations, farmers' groups, and the Left,' Olalia said.
No one was linked as baselessly with United as Fabinho was last year and despite his spells at rightback he has not started a single game there for Monaco this term.
Other petitioners alleged that "the President's request for extension was approved baselessly and with inordinate haste.
However, currently, it is losing its influence in the Middle East and gaining influence in Afghanistan whereas the Iran issue was baselessly aggregated in the NSS.
The lawmakers also said that the "leadership and supermajority of Congress of the Philippines" violated the safeguards of the Constitution when it "approved baselessly and with prudent alacrity" Duterte's request for an extension of martial law.
This is not, as some people have baselessly stated, a decision that benefits me financially.
The writer baselessly claimsthat the government has deleted a critical indicator -'the short-term foreign currency debt as percentage of the Net International Reserves' (NIR) as that the government does not want to disclose the NIR level.
Tharoor's plea claimed he had been baselessly declared by the channel as the alleged murderer of his wife, and sought a permanent injunction against the channel from reporting or broadcasting any news regarding Pushkar's death until investigations were complete.
In reaching this conclusion, Justice Diaz traced the death penalty's familiar litany of failings, namely: "inherent" arbitrariness; "wholly inadequate" indigent defense; "[t]he specter of racially motivated executions," particularly given that African Americans comprise more than half of Mississippi's death row but constitute only one-third of Mississippi's population; unreliability, with exonerations "leav[ing] little room for doubt that innocent men, at unknown and terrible moments in our history, have gone unexonerated and been sent baselessly to their deaths"; objective indicia of unacceptability, both statewide and nationally; and a lack of penological purpose, with deterrence unproven and retribution illegitimate.