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.
Irving filed the libel suit after Lipstadt wrote a book called "Denying the Holocaust," in which she called Irving "one of the most dangerous spokespersons for Holocaust denial." A British court ultimately tossed out Irving's suit, finding that he had "persistently and deliberately misrepresented and manipulated historical evidence" in order to portray Hitler in "unwarrantedly favourable light."
The good people of Osun State are resilient and focused, only waiting for a leader who will turn their dream into reality from the present state of inertness that they unwarrantedly found themselves.
Then came the new gas tariff and its affordability issue and to top it all SNGPL issued unwarrantedly high bills.
In the garb of making a case for gender equality, the reporter appears to have unwarrantedly criticised NUST for its recently promulgated smoking restriction policy.
The protesting staff closed the doors of the Emergency Ward, resultantly many a patients, sitting outside, had to wait unwarrantedly. Parents of the patients expressed their concern, questioning that ultimately patients are suffering from the protest.
The Apartheid Wall constructed on the West Bank, serves no security purpose other than the mere impression about Israeli order of brinkmanship, totalitarianism and tyranny in the Palestinian-Israeli borders- unwarrantedly created by Israel in the after- math of 1967 war.
Thus, due to the sensitive topic of our survey, gynecologists might have felt unwarrantedly inspected in their routine practice.
"For this, we have always insisted that the government review the memorandum of understanding between KNH and the University of Nairobi," added Dr KimaniThey are claiming that by temporarily preventing their colleague from continuing with his duties at the hospital, he was being "unwarrantedly victimised".The estimated 700 medical master's students on Monday said they would not resume work until the referral hospital resolves systemic issues, which have been partly blamed for the medical mishap.
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.