undesert

undesert

(ˈʌndɪˌzɜːt)
n
a lack of merit or worth
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that undesert range from individual innocence to systemic vagaries by
This consciousness of undesert, if not actual guilt, tended to reinforce what would in any case have been a powerful natural skepticism about one of their own in the White House on the part of post-Watergate journalists.
It takes just over three hours by public transport to get from a deserted Longchamp to an undeserted Chantilly.