unbased

unbased

(ʌnˈbeɪst)
adj
not having a base or basis
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He lauded the formation of the Saudi-Turkish experts team to uncover the circumstances of Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance, calling for avoiding unproven accusations and drawing unbased conclusions of this case.
"At the financial level, fears from the repercussions of GCC nationals withdrawing their deposits from the banking system are unbased. GCC nationals maintain good private relationships with the Lebanese banks disregarding the political crisis between Lebanon and Saudi Arabia which is a governmental issue not a private sector issue," Bank Audi said.
Even if it were possible for him to turn his rhetorical power inward and convince himself to abandon all doubt, he would refuse to "school [himself]/To an unbased belief and love [God] more/Only through a delusion." In a remarkable prayer, he tells God of his choice:
The editors have organized the contributions that make up the main body of the text in seven chapters devoted to representations of derived A-infinity algebras, unbased calculus for funtors to chain complexes, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
If p : E [right arrow] B is a map of (unbased) topological spaces, its mapping path space, mps(p), is defined to be the subspace