unwarrantedly


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unwarrantedly

(ʌnˈwɒrəntɪdlɪ)
adv
in an unwarranted manner
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unwarrantedly

adverb
Without basis or foundation in fact:
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You could not have chosen your subject better, and all contributory factors have been unwarrantedly propitious.
The order further reads: 'It has come to the notice of undersigned that press reporters of various news agencies are frequently visiting hospitals and unwarrantedly entering wards/sections without seeking proper permission.
If the numbers are off by even the slightest of percentages, that could mean thousands of dollars unwarrantedly spent or borrowed.
The author takes Kant to argue, on this basis, that Wolffian metaphysics abstracted from this condition, thus unwarrantedly using categories to obtain a priori knowledge of the soul, the world as such and God.
The charges which I have found to be substantially true include the charges that Irving has for his own ideological reasons persistently and deliberately misrepresented and manipulated historical evidence; that for the same reasons he has portrayed Hider in an unwarrantedly favorable light, principally in relation to his attitude towards and responsibility for the treatment of the Jews; that he is an active Holocaust denier; that he is anti-Semitic and racist and that he associates with right-wing extremists who promote neo-Nazism.
This result shows that previous studies on the WTP for sustainable products, which explain premiums by attitudinal measures and sociodemographic traits, unwarrantedly provide an under-socialized account.
It can also be used in a negative manner, as when one might say that "someone has a messiah complex," that is, one thinks, unwarrantedly, that one is very important and is going to save the situation
Such a view might be held by one who believes that at least some judges are unwarrantedly skeptical of plaintiffs in certain classes of cases, such as those involving allegations of employment discrimination.
We accuse them of gerrymandering discourse context and unwarrantedly assuming that a discourse context will always be in place to guide metaphorical interpretation.
Traude Gavin, whose extensive writings on Iban textiles were heavily, and Professor Barnes argues, unwarrantedly, criticized by Heppell in his monograph, to respond briefly to issues Professor Barnes raised in her letter.
The commission unwarrantedly approved the conduct of parallel bidding.
89) The Court found that Young's approach would unwarrantedly "grant pregnant workers a 'most-favored-nation' status," requiring employers to accommodate pregnant workers any time they provided even "one or two workers with an accommodation.